Current 12-18 Month Community Initiatives
The primary role of the Fedora Council is to identify the short-, medium-, and long-term goals of the Fedora community and to organize and enable the project to best achieve them. This section documents the medium-term targets we’ve highlighted (as explained in the Council charter). Each Community Initiative has a designated Community Initiative Lead who is responsible for coordinating efforts to reach the Community Initiative’s goals, for evaluating and reporting on progress, and for working regularly with all relevant groups in Fedora to ensure that progress is made.
Any community member can propose a Community Initiative to the Council. First, discuss on the #council tag on Fedora Discussion. Next, if well-received, file a ticket. Of course, people need to be ready to do the actual work required — a Community Initiative with no passionate bottom-liners won’t get far.
To reboot the websites team to include webapps in the scope of work and set up the team so that they can grow capacity in the future to build new exciting apps to meet community needs.
- Community Initiative Leads
- Community Initiative Details
See the wiki page.
Historically, Community Initiatives were known as Objectives. This transition was made in February 2023 following in-person discussion by the Fedora Council in our 2023 Council hackfest in Frankfurt, Germany. We agreed to convert "Objectives" into "Community Initiatives", which the Council felt was easier to understand and communicate the roles of these efforts in Fedora. There is no functional change to Objectives; it is just a semantic change.
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