-Much more easily accessible softwares, and expansions, addons in
every direction that the users would like to (Copr, Tito, Fedora
Hosted are good examples)
- Be up- and mainstream "by engineers for engineers", to whom wants to
be creative (Developers Assistant is hallelujah here, just get more
deeply integrated-connectable to our infra)
- Promotes free softwares in general, and our users created softwares
in more channels => creates good press => more contributors (No real
marketing is spent to get wide attention, Fedora Magazine, and some
flyers are just enough)
- Marketing is able and allowed to create small contests, and
kickstart like projects with specified target (more QA, fix this or
that etc, tshirt designs, packaging-review-patch-test rush day)
- Escorts code, designs from cradle till desktop and back. Our OS
gives the fundamental structure, an piece of the puzzle for every
contributor who can be potentially our next developer
- Healthy infrastructure that supports all of this, and never blocks
+ have in every 6 months an open Q&A session by one of the specific
engineers as feedback openly in Reddit same way as Spot made it.
IMHO, of course.
2014-07-01 17:38 GMT+02:00 Bruno Wolff III <email@example.com>:
> To be a success for me I want it to:
> Be usable by me for work and play.
> Have components be picked up by other distributions.
> Have significant use among developers and system administrators.
> Continuously attract more contributors than it loses.
> Be fun to contribute to.
> Strongly promote free software.
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