Red Hat Announces New Fedora Project Leader
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 3 June 2014 at 09:32 AM EDT. 5 Comments
Last month Robyn Bergeron stepped down as the Fedora Project Leader while now Red Hat has found her replacement.

The Fedora Project team has selected Matthew Miller to be the new Fedora Project Leader, a long-time Fedora community member, member of Red Hat since 2012, and was the founder of Boston University's BU Linux distribution.

More information on Miller being selected as the new lead of the Fedora Project can be found via the Red Hat press release.
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