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== Top Points of General Interest ==
 
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== For Software Developers ==
 
== For Software Developers ==

Revision as of 16:00, 29 March 2018

For instructions on when to use this page, see the Talking points SOP. In order to use it, type {{subst:Talking points}} into a blank wiki page, save it, then add it to [[Category:F<number>]] for the correct version number.


These are the Talking Points for the Fedora NUMBER release. For information on how these talking points were chosen, see Talking Points SOP. They are intended to

  • help Marketing create release announcements and press releases.
  • help Ambassadors quickly present an overview of highlighted features when talking about the release.

The Overall Story of This Release

What's particularly interesting this time around? Why should someone try this Fedora release? What's going on in the general story of the Fedora Project overall and how does this release tie in??

Top Points of General Interest

Talking point

  • The hook: A couple of sentences explaining why users will be excited about this. Say more than can be guessed by just reading the talking point headline.
  • Interesting details: One or two background points about Fedora's involvement, the developers or team involved, or other bits highlighting the Fedora Project angle.
  • For more information: Link to change page, upstream notes, and anything else relevant.


For Software Developers

Talking point

  • The hook: A couple of sentences explaining why users will be excited about this. Say more than can be guessed by just reading the talking point headline.
  • Interesting details': One or two background points about Fedora's involvement, the developers or team involved, or other bits highlighting the Fedora Project angle.
  • For more information: Link to change page, upstream notes, and anything else relevant.

Talking point

  • The hook: A couple of sentences explaining why users will be excited about this. Say more than can be guessed by just reading the talking point headline.
  • Interesting details': One or two background points about Fedora's involvement, the developers or team involved, or other bits highlighting the Fedora Project angle.
  • For more information: Link to change page, upstream notes, and anything else relevant.

For administrators

Improvements that make system administrators' lives better.

Talking point

link-to-feature, link-to-feature

Paragraph-long description of talking point.

Summary sentence of talking point.

Talking point

link-to-feature, link-to-feature

Paragraph-long description of talking point.

Summary sentence of talking point.

For developers

Innovations that make Fedora a great platform for software developers.

Talking point

link-to-feature, link-to-feature

Paragraph-long description of talking point.

Summary sentence of talking point.

Talking point

link-to-feature, link-to-feature

Paragraph-long description of talking point.

Summary sentence of talking point.

Spins

A few highlighted Fedora Spins coming out with this release.

Talking point

link-to-spin

Paragraph-long description of talking point.

Summary sentence of talking point.

Talking point

link-to-spin

Paragraph-long description of talking point.

Summary sentence of talking point.