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What is SIG

What is SIG

Posted Apr 3, 2014 15:38 UTC (Thu) by seyman (subscriber, #1172)
In reply to: What is SIG by jnareb
Parent article: CentOS and Red Hat

> what does SIG abbreviation stands for?

It's "Special Interest Group", Fedora's equivalent of teams.


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What is SIG

Posted Apr 3, 2014 18:03 UTC (Thu) by mattdm (subscriber, #18) [Link]

>> what does SIG abbreviation stands for?
> It's "Special Interest Group", Fedora's equivalent of teams.

And for better or for worse, that means it is very different from the way Fedora uses the term -- in Fedora, SIGs are informal groups of people who share an interest (and maybe a mailing list) but there is no necessary structure beyond that. The subprojects/teams/working groups are more formal, and it appears that the CentOS SIGs will be more like that.


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