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The '''Fedora Project Leader (FPL)''' is ultimately accountable for everything that happens within Fedora and in particular is responsible for maintaining Red Hat's relationship with Fedora and vice versa.  He/She is Fedora's President, CEO, Chairman, Fearless Leader, whatever-you-want-to-call-it.  However the project leader is not a dictator, benevolent or otherwise.  The FPL leads the Fedora Project [[Board]] and strives to do it by consensus.   
 
The '''Fedora Project Leader (FPL)''' is ultimately accountable for everything that happens within Fedora and in particular is responsible for maintaining Red Hat's relationship with Fedora and vice versa.  He/She is Fedora's President, CEO, Chairman, Fearless Leader, whatever-you-want-to-call-it.  However the project leader is not a dictator, benevolent or otherwise.  The FPL leads the Fedora Project [[Board]] and strives to do it by consensus.   
  
The FPL is a full-time, Red Hat-employed job. .
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The FPL is a full-time, Red Hat-employed job.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:56, 25 May 2011

The Fedora Project Leader (FPL) is ultimately accountable for everything that happens within Fedora and in particular is responsible for maintaining Red Hat's relationship with Fedora and vice versa. He/She is Fedora's President, CEO, Chairman, Fearless Leader, whatever-you-want-to-call-it. However the project leader is not a dictator, benevolent or otherwise. The FPL leads the Fedora Project Board and strives to do it by consensus.

The FPL is a full-time, Red Hat-employed job.

Release Fedora Project Leader
15, 14 Jared Smith
14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9 Paul W. Frields
9, 8, 7, 6, 5 Max Spevack
5, 4 Greg DeKoenigsberg
4, 3, 2 Cristian Gafton
1 Michael Johnson

Releases that appear next to multiple names are due to the job responsibilities transitioning mid-release.