Goddard in the Russian Federation

Posted: June 29, 2010 in fedora

I was running around Youtube when I saw this video about Fedora 13 Goddard. I have to say that though I am aware of the targeted audiences of the Project Fedora, this video delivers a very positive image even for the traditional computer users.

This video comes with a reference to Russian Fedora website. I can’t read russian but I guess everyone on the Russian Federation should be happy, at least I am. Good job!

Comments
  1. andy says:

    Cool. I get a good bit of Russian visitor traffic on my site. I’ll put a link to this page up if it’s alright with you.

    • aborrecido says:

      I found the video by accident. It’s comes branded with http://www.russianfedora.ru, so I believe the best way is to contact them.

      I posted the video because honestly, and since I’m a marketing student it’s awesome and it touches some topics from the Product Management sub-discipline of Marketing.

      It’s a great video for all audiences.

  2. andyv says:

    Really good presentation, glad that this distro becomes more popular in Russian with every release :)

    • aborrecido says:

      I’m glad the Russian enthusiasts are placing great efforts on Fedora, specially on promotion. Everyone in the Russian Federation should be proud of the work being developed there.

      I would even leave a message for the Fedora enthusiasts in the Russian Federation: Join our Marketing team and help us, because there’s much sensitivity and value on the work displayed here.

      References:
      Fedora Marketing: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing

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