One of the questions I get the most  these days is "How can I help make
the Fedora kernel better?" Obviously the first answer is of course to make
the upstream kernel better as that will naturally filter down to Fedora and
cause us less work in the long run. However, some of us just aren't kernel
developers but they still want to help out.
 Actually, I never get this question. I hardly get any questions at
all. I do, however, see a lot of bugs filed and a lot of complaints they
aren't getting fixed fast enough. I choose to interpret this as a crying
out from the masses on how they can participate. Any other interpretation
just doesn't seem as appealing.
-- Josh Boyer
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