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The "Face of Fedora" is a marketing campaign aimed at highlighting members of the contributor community.  As our community has grown it has also become more diverse and has drawn in many people with many different skills and specialties.  The aim of this campaign is to put faces to all those people we know from the mailing lists and to enable people to tell their stories and why Fedora has become the place they call home.
 
The "Face of Fedora" is a marketing campaign aimed at highlighting members of the contributor community.  As our community has grown it has also become more diverse and has drawn in many people with many different skills and specialties.  The aim of this campaign is to put faces to all those people we know from the mailing lists and to enable people to tell their stories and why Fedora has become the place they call home.
  

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moved this page to https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Faces_of_Fedora (but unfortunately did it before i saw the move button...sorry. Plural ("Faces" sounds much better in this case then the singular "Face"


The "Face of Fedora" is a marketing campaign aimed at highlighting members of the contributor community. As our community has grown it has also become more diverse and has drawn in many people with many different skills and specialties. The aim of this campaign is to put faces to all those people we know from the mailing lists and to enable people to tell their stories and why Fedora has become the place they call home.

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