Management Changes in the Fedora Project Announced

Nov 16, 2010

New Fedora Project Manager and Release Engineering Team Lead announced.

Back in September John Poelstra, former Fedora Project Manager, announced Red Hat was seeking candidates for this position. Earlier this month Jared Smith, Fedora Project Leader announced on his that Robyn Bergeron accepted the position of Fedora Program Manager. Prior accepting this new position, Bergeron lead the Fedora Marketing Team.

Also noted in Smith’s post was that Jesse Keating stepped down from his role on the Fedora's release engineering team at the end of October and handed has handed the reins to Dennis Gilmore.

More information on can be found on the mailing list.

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