One of the things I love about the Fedora Project is that its members, especially the leadership, really try to conduct all activities in the harsh light of public scrutiny.
In that spirit of openness, be sure to check out the upcoming Fedora Board meeting. To quote our fearless leader, Paul Frields:
"The Board is holding its monthly public meeting on Thursday, July 2, 2009, at 1700 UTC on IRC Freenode. Note this is the first meeting of the newly constituted Board following the post-F11 elections. For this meeting, the public is invited to do the following:
* Join #fedora-board-meeting to see the Board's conversation.
* Join #fedora-board-questions to discuss topics and post questions. This channel is read/write for everyone.
The moderator will voice people from the queue, one at a time, in the #fedora-board-meeting channel. We'll limit time per voice as needed to give everyone in the queue a chance to be heard. The Board may reserve some time at the top of the hour to cover any agenda items as appropriate. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!"
Transparency is a very popular concept these days - it's nice to see when it's actually put into practice.
Openness is also about participation, so I urge you to attend and make your voice heard.
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