Seems like community is a very hot topic these days. 🙂
The First Wednesday Group is an executive roundtable of professionals in the services and support business. And they have a question that they’d like to ask:
How do you get your community to answer each other’s questions?
They really want someone from the Fedora community to participate. And by “someone from the Fedora community,” they specifically mean “someone who doesn’t get paid by Red Hat”.
If you are in the Boston area, and if you are an active helper on IRC / mailing lists / forums, and if you would like to sit on a fancy panel as a “community expert” on November 3rd, then ping me. They’ll feed you, treat you well, and when you’re done, you can put it on your resume: “distinguished conference speaker” or some such. Employers eat that kind of stuff up. 😉