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Robyn Bergeron
Robyn Bergeron
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Home: http://wordshack.wordpress.org
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Fedora email: rbergero@fedoraproject.org
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IRC channels: #fedora-mktg, #fedora-cloud, #fedora-advisory-board, #fedora-ambassadors, and many others!
Fedorapeople page: https://rbergero.fedorapeople.org
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Greetings, earthlings! I'm Robyn Bergeron.

About me

I work for Red Hat doing THINGS. And stuff. I am also a former Fedora Project Leader. I've been involved in Fedora since 2009 and have contributed in a variety of ways:

How to find me

On the internets

IRL (In real life!)

I live in the Phoenix, AZ area. Give me a jingle if you're in the area :)

Looking for schedule information?

The current schedule can always be found here.

Additionally, if you're the super planning type and planning on aligning a feature or package in a future fedora release, schedules are available through Fedora 20 for your perusal.

Please note that future schedules are subject to change, are not set in stone, and may still have bugs in them; however, the major dates, such as release dates, freeze dates, and feature submission dates, are fairly close to accurate.

Previous release schedules can be seen here. Thanks to my predecessor John Poelstra for being awesome, and leaving things in good enough shape for me to be able to figure them out. :)

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