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== 1 Million New Fedora 10 Installations! ==
 
== 1 Million New Fedora 10 Installations! ==
 
Paul Frields, Fedora project leader, declared that there has been "a major up-tick in Fedora involvement over the last 6 months. Since the release of Fedora 10, we've seen about 1 million new installations and approximately 2 million unique visitors to fedoraproject.org each month"<ref>http://blogs.computerworld.com/fedora_10_regains_linux_fans?page=1</ref>
 
Paul Frields, Fedora project leader, declared that there has been "a major up-tick in Fedora involvement over the last 6 months. Since the release of Fedora 10, we've seen about 1 million new installations and approximately 2 million unique visitors to fedoraproject.org each month"<ref>http://blogs.computerworld.com/fedora_10_regains_linux_fans?page=1</ref>
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== Marketing Meeting Log for 2009-03-03 ==
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The meeting log<ref>https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Meeting:Marketing_meeting_2009-03-03</ref> of the March 3rd 2009 Fedora Marketing Meeting is now available.

Revision as of 00:30, 9 March 2009

Marketing

In this section, we cover the Fedora Marketing Project.

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing

Contributing Writer: Kam Salisbury

Marketing Meeting Log for 2009-02-26

The meeting log[1] of the February 26th 2009 Fedora Marketing Meeting is now available.

1 Million New Fedora 10 Installations!

Paul Frields, Fedora project leader, declared that there has been "a major up-tick in Fedora involvement over the last 6 months. Since the release of Fedora 10, we've seen about 1 million new installations and approximately 2 million unique visitors to fedoraproject.org each month"[2]

Marketing Meeting Log for 2009-03-03

The meeting log[3] of the March 3rd 2009 Fedora Marketing Meeting is now available.