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The ISV SIG (Special Interest Group) is a group that helps [[:Category:ISVs|Independent Software Vendors]] (ISVs) with answers about Fedora.  Need help getting your software into Fedora?  Have questions about your software license and  compatibility with Fedora standards?  The ISV SIG can help.
 
The ISV SIG (Special Interest Group) is a group that helps [[:Category:ISVs|Independent Software Vendors]] (ISVs) with answers about Fedora.  Need help getting your software into Fedora?  Have questions about your software license and  compatibility with Fedora standards?  The ISV SIG can help.
  
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# Join the [http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-isv-sig-list mailing list].
 
# Join the [http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-isv-sig-list mailing list].
# Look over the [[#Useful_reading]].
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# Look over the [[#Useful reading]].
 
# 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.
 
# 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.
# Ask any questions you have
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== Useful reading ==
 
== Useful reading ==
  
* [[SIGs/ISV|Top-level ISV SIG page]]
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* [[ISV Special Interest Group|Top-level ISV SIG page]]
 
* 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
 
* The [[Licensing]] page lists all the licenses that can be used in Fedora.
 
* The [[Licensing]] page lists all the licenses that can be used in Fedora.

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The ISV SIG (Special Interest Group) is a group that helps Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) with answers about Fedora. Need help getting your software into Fedora? Have questions about your software license and compatibility with Fedora standards? The ISV SIG can help.

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.
  4. Ask any questions you have.

Useful reading

Point of contact

For all Fedora questions, contact Karsten Wade.

Communication channels