Category:Community Architecture

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Ours: "To be the '''catalyst''' in '''communities''' of customers, developers, and partners creating better technology the '''open-source way.'''"  
 
Ours: "To be the '''catalyst''' in '''communities''' of customers, developers, and partners creating better technology the '''open-source way.'''"  
  
CommArch is a Red Hat team consisting of [[User:Quaid|Karsten Wade]], [[User:Jaboutboul|Jack Aboutboul]], [[User:Gdk|Greg DeKoenigsberg]], and [[User:Mspevack|Max Spevack]] (manager). Our current interns are [[User:Ianweller|Ian Weller]] and [[User:Mchua|Mel Chua]].
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Community Architecture is a Red Hat team consisting of [[User:Quaid|Karsten Wade]], [[User:Jaboutboul|Jack Aboutboul]], [[User:Gdk|Greg DeKoenigsberg]], and [[User:Mspevack|Max Spevack]], with [[User:Ianweller|Ian Weller]] and [[User:Mchua|Mel Chua]] as interns, and other special guests throughout Red Hat and the Fedora community with whom we collaborate.
  
Our goal is to bring a community-first mindset (and everything that entails) to various areas that are important to Red Hat's mission statement while still maintaining the flexibility and efficiency to grab targets of opportunity that may come up during the year. We focus on three main areas: education, internal project building, and Fedora.
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The team's goal is to bring a community-first mindset (and everything that entails) to various areas that are important to Red Hat's mission statement while still maintaining the flexibility and efficiency to pursue targets of opportunity that may present themselves. Current focus points rae education, project building within Red Hat, and stewardship of the Fedora community.
  
For more information about the Community Architecture team, please browse the pages below. In particular, [[CommunityArchitecture/Goals|here is how we do it.]]
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For more information about the Community Architecture team, please browse the pages below. In particular, [[Community Architecture goals|here is how we do it.]]

Revision as of 10:08, 16 June 2009

Red Hat's mission: "To be the catalyst in communities of customers, developers, and partners creating better technology the open-source way."

Ours: "To be the catalyst in communities of customers, developers, and partners creating better technology the open-source way."

Community Architecture is a Red Hat team consisting of Karsten Wade, Jack Aboutboul, Greg DeKoenigsberg, and Max Spevack, with Ian Weller and Mel Chua as interns, and other special guests throughout Red Hat and the Fedora community with whom we collaborate.

The team's goal is to bring a community-first mindset (and everything that entails) to various areas that are important to Red Hat's mission statement while still maintaining the flexibility and efficiency to pursue targets of opportunity that may present themselves. Current focus points rae education, project building within Red Hat, and stewardship of the Fedora community.

For more information about the Community Architecture team, please browse the pages below. In particular, here is how we do it.

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Pages in category "Community Architecture"

The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total.