Fedora Hubs Update!!!

The dream is real – we are cranking away, actively building this very cool, open source, socially-oriented collaboration platform for Fedora. Myself and Meghan Richardson, the Fedora Engineering Team’s UX intern for this summer, have been cranking out UI mockups over the past month or so (Meghan way more than me at this point. 🙂 ) We also had another brainstorming session. We ran the Fedora Hubs Hackfest, a prequel to the Fedora Release Engineering FAD a couple of weeks ago. After a lot of issues with the video, full video of the hackfest is now finally available (the reason for the delay in my posting this 🙂 ). Let’s talk about what went down during this hackfest and where we are today with Fedora Hubs: What is Fedora Hubs, Exactly? (Skip directly to this part of the video) We talked about two elevator pitches for explaining it: It’s an ‘intranet’ page for the Fedora Project. You work on all these different projects in Fedora, and it’s a single place you can get information on all of them as a contributor. It’s a social network for Fedora contributors. One place to go to keep up with everything across the project …