You may have seen the linux movie "Revolution OS" or the documentaries of Michael Moore, but as far as i'm aware, there has never been a movie/documentary highlighting the history of the Fedora operating system, from the cores to the current implimentation [f14 and f15 alpha at time of writing]. With the help of people all around the world, i hope to achieve this.
People to Interview
- FAMSCo members
- FESCo members
- Current and past FPL's 
- Jim Whitehurst??
- 'Famous' Fedora Contributors.
Definitively we need the following persons interview:
From Red Hat, and ex-Red Hat:
- Michael K Johnson (currently works at SAS Institute, Railegh-Durham) "I was an operating system developer for Red Hat, working on Red Hat Linux. I managed the kernel team for about three and a half years, and I was the founding technical leader of Red Hat's Fedora Project."
- We must have Linus Torvalds!1!!!eleven!!1!
- CEO of Red Hat
Sequencual. From RHL (quick overview) to Fedora and then through the releases, how they shaped fedora. Along with every 10 minutes an intermission. :)
Recommended viewing/reading material
- Revolution OS 
Possible tools to use
Release schedule ideas
- Release in 2013? The 10th anniversary of Fedora? September 25th 2013
Excellent idea, but can we do it. We shouldn't rush it.