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= Greg DeKoenigsberg =
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= Bio =
  
== Bio ==
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Greg DeKoenigsberg is a Senior Community Architect at Red Hat.  He was the founder and first chairman of the Fedora Project Board, the governance body for the Fedora Project, an open source software project which now has over 13,000 volunteer contributors as of January 2009.  He was also the founder and former chair of the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee, and the founder and former chair of the Fedora Ambassadors Steering Committee.  He currently serves on the oversight board for Sugar Labs, the organization that drives development of the Sugar educational platform.  He has been with Red Hat since 2001.  He blogs at http://gregdek.livejournal.com, and can be reached at gdk at redhat dot com.
  
Greg is a Senior Community Architect at Red Hat.  He was the founder and first chairman of the Fedora Project Board, the governance body for the Fedora Project, an open source software project which now has over 13,000 volunteer contributors as of January 2009.  He was also the founder and former chair of the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee, and the founder and former chair of the Fedora Ambassadors Steering Committee.  He currently serves on the oversight board for Sugar Labs, the organization that drives development of the Sugar educational platform.  He has been with Red Hat since 2001.  He blogs at http://gregdek.livejournal.com, and can be reached at gdk at redhat dot com.
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= 2009 Goals =
  
== 2009 Goals ==
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== Community development for Red Hat engineering projects (60%) ==
 
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=== Community development for Red Hat engineering projects ===
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Measurably improve community participation in strategic Red Hat engineering projects, like Spacewalk, oVirt, and others.
 
Measurably improve community participation in strategic Red Hat engineering projects, like Spacewalk, oVirt, and others.
  
=== Fedora / OLPC / Sugar ===
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== Fedora / OLPC / Sugar (20%) ==
  
 
Continue to nurture and grow the relationship between the Fedora Project, Sugar Labs, and OLPC.
 
Continue to nurture and grow the relationship between the Fedora Project, Sugar Labs, and OLPC.
  
=== Open source university outreach ===
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== Open source university outreach (20%) ==
  
 
Spread knowledge of open source development methodologies across universities worldwide.
 
Spread knowledge of open source development methodologies across universities worldwide.
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== K12 curriculum development (personal time) ==
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To build a completely open, modular curriculum for use by schoolchildren around the world.
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= Current TODOs =
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All TODOs should map directly to one of the goals.
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= Completed TODOs =
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None yet.

Revision as of 18:22, 3 February 2009

Contents

Bio

Greg DeKoenigsberg is a Senior Community Architect at Red Hat. He was the founder and first chairman of the Fedora Project Board, the governance body for the Fedora Project, an open source software project which now has over 13,000 volunteer contributors as of January 2009. He was also the founder and former chair of the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee, and the founder and former chair of the Fedora Ambassadors Steering Committee. He currently serves on the oversight board for Sugar Labs, the organization that drives development of the Sugar educational platform. He has been with Red Hat since 2001. He blogs at http://gregdek.livejournal.com, and can be reached at gdk at redhat dot com.

2009 Goals

Community development for Red Hat engineering projects (60%)

Measurably improve community participation in strategic Red Hat engineering projects, like Spacewalk, oVirt, and others.

Fedora / OLPC / Sugar (20%)

Continue to nurture and grow the relationship between the Fedora Project, Sugar Labs, and OLPC.

Open source university outreach (20%)

Spread knowledge of open source development methodologies across universities worldwide.

K12 curriculum development (personal time)

To build a completely open, modular curriculum for use by schoolchildren around the world.

Current TODOs

All TODOs should map directly to one of the goals.

Completed TODOs

None yet.