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Greetings, earthlings! I'm Robyn Bergeron.
- Marketing team leader
- Cloud SIG wrangler
- Ambassador, travelling to and speaking at many events where Fedora has a presence
- Organized the 2011 North American FUDCon in Tempe, Arizona.
For the current moment, I am also serving as the Fedora Program Manager, which means generally tending to the Fedora Schedule and doing feature wrangling for each release. I began my career at Red Hat in this position in November 2010, and in addition to being PM for Fedora, I also do work for the clustering team, and previously was active in helping to kick-start the oVirt project.]
How to find me
= On the internets
- IRC: rbergeron - I'm on #fedora-mktg. (Among a zillion other channels.) Note the N at the end of my nick - unfortunately, rbergero is owned by someone else!
- email: robyn DOT bergeron AT gmail.com, or rbergero AT redhat.com
- fedora account: rbergero
- facebook: http://www.facebook.com/robynb
- blog: http://wordshack.wordpress.com You may occasionally see my posts on planet.fedoraproject.org - this is the blog where my posts originate from.
- microbloggin': twitter: robynbergeron, identi.ca: robynbergeron. I also masquerade as our lovely friend, beefy miracle, on twitter and identi.ca.
IRL (In real life!)
I live in the Phoenix, AZ area. Give me a jingle if you're in the area :)
2012 Events I plan to attend
FUDCon:Blacksburg, January 13-15done!
SCALE 10x, also known as the Southern California Linux Expo, January 20-22. I'll be giving a talk on Cloudy things.done!
- Southeast LinuxFest is a never-ever-miss event, and is moving this year to Charlotte, NC. June 8-10.
- Red Hat Summit. Boston 26-29. Check out the page dedicated to Fedora's presence at this event.
- Ohio Linux Fest, September 28-30, in Columbus, Ohio.
- Other stuff: TBD! I'm always happy to come out and talk or help out at an event where Fedora folks are gathering. Feel free to send me mail about doing such a thing.
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.
- Fedora 17: Key dates, All schedules
- Fedora 18: Key dates, All schedules
- Fedora 19: Key dates, All schedules
- Fedora 20: Key dates, All schedules
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. :)