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Thanks for your interest in the ISV special interest group.  Here is where and how to get started.
 
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# Join the [http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-isv-sig-list mailing list].
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# Look over the [[#Useful_reading]].
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# Introduce yourself to the mailing list, telling us a little bit about the free/libre and open source software you want to get or see in Fedora.
  
 
== Useful reading ==
 
== Useful reading ==
  
 
* [[SIGs/ISV|Top-level ISV SIG page]]
 
* [[SIGs/ISV|Top-level ISV SIG page]]
* [[EPEL Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux]] is the project that focuses on branching software from Fedora for use in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
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* [[EPEL|Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux]] is the project that focuses on branching software from Fedora for use in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
 
* The [[PackagingGuidelines]] are a thorough explanation of how to package software for Fedora
 
* The [[PackagingGuidelines]] are a thorough explanation of how to package software for Fedora
  

Revision as of 14:54, 24 July 2008

Thanks for your interest in the ISV special interest group. Here is where and how to get started.

  1. Join the mailing list.
  2. Look over the #Useful_reading.
  3. Introduce yourself to the mailing list, telling us a little bit about the free/libre and open source software you want to get or see in Fedora.

Useful reading

Point of contact

For all Fedora questions, contact Karsten Wade.

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