|−|''Red Hat's mission'': "To be the catalyst in communities of customers, developers, and partners creating better technology the open-source way. " |+|
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Our mission'' : "To be the '''catalyst''' in '''communities''' of customers, developers, and partners creating better technology the '''open -source way.''' " |+|
''mission ''To be the '''catalyst''' in '''communities''' of customers, developers, and partners creating better technology the '''open source way.'''
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|−|The Community Architecture 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. Current focus points are 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, [[Community Architecture goals|here are our goals for the current year.]] | |
|−|The team is internal to Red Hat, but performs a large amount of its work within the community space. Community-facing work we're doing can be found in the various links on this page; Red Hat associates can view internal community work [http://commarch.usersys.redhat.com/wiki/Main_Page here]. | |
Revision as of 02:30, 20 November 2009
The Community Architecutre team is responsible for ensuring that the free software community is an equal partner in the creation of Red Hat's products, including the Fedora Project. We are responsible for defining and executing Red Hat's global community development strategy.
Our team's mission is inspired by Red Hat's mission statement: To be the catalyst in communities of customers, developers, and partners creating better technology the open source way.
Red Hat associates can see more on our internal wiki.
This category has only the following subcategory.
Pages in category "Community Architecture"
The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total.