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= Bill Nottingham =
 
= Bill Nottingham =
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[[File:Interviews_BillNottingham_Picture.jpg]]
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== Contact info ==
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* '''Email''': [[mailto:notting@fedoraproject.org notting AT fedoraproject DOT org]]
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* '''IRC''': '''notting'''
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* '''Location''': North Carolina, USA - (US Eastern timezone)
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* '''Other''': '''bill_nottingham''' on twitter
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== What I Do ==
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I've worked on Fedora since it began, and Red Hat Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux before that. I've been a Red Hat employee for a long time, working in the Raleigh headquarters. At one point or another, I have done
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release coordination, feature planning, mirror list handling, writing of announcements and release notes, testing and verification, random package scrubbing, freeze handling and review, schedule making, bug triage, and more.
  
* '''Email''': [[mailto:notting@redhat.com notting AT redhat DOT com]] 
 
 
* '''Roles'''
 
* '''Roles'''
** Member of the Fedora Project [[Board]]
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** Former member of the Fedora Project [[Board]]
 
** Member of [[FESCo]]
 
** Member of [[FESCo]]
** Member of [[ReleaseEngineering]]
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** Occasional member of [[ReleaseEngineering]]
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** Occasional member of [[Infrastructure]]
 
** Maintainer of various [https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/users/packages/notting packages]
 
** Maintainer of various [https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/users/packages/notting packages]
** Upstream maintainer of:
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** Former upstream maintainer of:
 
*** [http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/initscripts.git initscripts]
 
*** [http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/initscripts.git initscripts]
 
*** [http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/chkconfig.git chkconfig]  
 
*** [http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/chkconfig.git chkconfig]  

Latest revision as of 17:45, 19 July 2014

Bill Nottingham

File:Interviews BillNottingham Picture.jpg

Contact info

What I Do

I've worked on Fedora since it began, and Red Hat Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux before that. I've been a Red Hat employee for a long time, working in the Raleigh headquarters. At one point or another, I have done release coordination, feature planning, mirror list handling, writing of announcements and release notes, testing and verification, random package scrubbing, freeze handling and review, schedule making, bug triage, and more.