FedoraFromFiftyThousandFeet

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Since I got here, I've been doing my best to create a mental map of all the parts of Fedora. From what I've gathered thusfar, there are 13 subprojects (See: wiki sidebar), along with a number of web properties, and a slew of upstream communities that Fedorans are tapped into. But even after getting the broadest sense of how many moving parts there are, that still doesn't explain HOW, only who. I've said to myself "Gee whiz, if only there were a list of all the things that needed to be done to ship a release..." Today, thanks to jzb, I have found the HOLY GRAIL of "how a Fedora becomes a release" and I'm here to share it with you too!

https://fedorapeople.org/groups/schedule/f-23/f-23-all-tasks.html

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