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This page describes the process followed by the Marketing team to make a talking points for a Fedora release. If you have suggestions on how to improve these instructions, please edit the page!


Create the Talking Points page

Using the prior talking points page as a template, create a new wiki page for the talking points of the current release, purging outdated content and updating it to reflect the working release's name and dates. The naming scheme is "F# talking points" where # is the number of the release (i.e. F12 talking points). Make sure the page is listed under,, and (where # is the number of the release). Create redirects to the "F# talking points" page from commonly mistyped pages and variants on capitalization, such as:

  • F# Talking Points
  • F# talking Points
  • Fedora# Talking Points
  • Fedora # Talking Points
  • Fedora# talking points

Send out call for Talking Points

Prepopulate page with Talking Points

Categorize the Feature List into rough groups, based on which users will benefit from it: Desktop Users and Everyone, Administrators, Developers. Each of these will be a major header on the page (IE '= Desktop Users and Everyone =', '= Administrators =', '= Developers =') on the page. Include brief summary of that user group, taken from previous page Summarize each of the features in a single plain, short english sentence, and make that a section title under the user group which it fits into.