Robyn Bergeron Steps Down As The Fedora Project Leader
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 20 May 2014 at 03:23 PM EDT. 1 Comment
While Jono Bacon leaving Canonical and his role as the Ubuntu Community Manager is shaking up the Ubuntu camp, within the Fedora camp, Robyn Bergeron has announced she is stepping down from the role as the Fedora Project Leader.

After two years serving as the leader of the Fedora Project, she's found it time to leave with the successful Fedora 20 release being behind her and Fedora.Next with the Fedora 21 release being still several months away. The Fedora Project Board is aware of her departure while no new Fedora Project Leader has yet to be named.

More details on Robyn's FPL departure can be found via her personal blog.

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