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Help Fedora Project Anonymously

Join the Community and Rock it!

The Fedora Project provides a free and open operating system known as Fedora Linux, currently in the 13th version dubbed 'Goddard' after Robert H. Goddard, one of the pioneers on modern rocket science.

The Fedora Project is more than just software, it is a Community of contributors from all around the world, including volunteers and Red Hat Inc. employees, who work with each other to advance the interest of the free culture movement. Everyone is invited to join and, no matter what your skills are, we have a place for you in our Community! The Fedora Community includes software engineers, artists, system administrators, web designers, writers, speakers and translators - all of whom will be happy to help you get started!

YOU CAN NOW SUPPORT ANONYMOUSLY - You can now link to the Fedora Project on your web page, forum signature, blog, etc... Your links, specially on blogs and web pages that are updated frequently to the Fedora Project will help the Project to increase it's notoriety on search engines, such as Google.

Why is this important to the Fedora Project? REASONS.


Whom?

From the regular Fedora Linux user, community enthusiast to active upstream contributors, everyone can help promote The Fedora Project on-line and help increase it's notoriety on search engines such as Google.

You can help too promoting Fedora Linux and The Fedora Project, and you can:

  • Do it anonymously!
  • Transparently!
  • <more reason>

Where

If you have a web page, personal blog or if you are member of discussion forums or social networks, you can help the Fedora Project by placing a small link to the Fedora Project! You can also choose to join us on our social networks!

  • Fedora Project on Twitter!
  • complete with other social networks links.

Weblogs

Personal Web Pages

Social Networks

Twitter

The Fedora Project is now on Twitter!

Facebook

Discussion Forums

How

Why

Links of Interest