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Fedora Linux Project Manager Robyn Bergeron on Open Source Leadership

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Robyn Bergeron became the Fedora Project Leader earlier this year. In her tenure so far, the Beefy Miracle (aka Fedora 17) has been released. She's also had to contend with Secure Boot and is now busy getting everything lined up for Fedora 18.

I recently got the chance to chat with Bergeron, to talk about what she's doing. She told me that there are a lot of good things about the job of Fedora Project Leader (FPL) One of those good things is the fact that people aren't afraid to raise the flag if you're something is missing.

"It's a great community with ppl that are incredibly passionate," Bergeron said.

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