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Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator
The _Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator_ (or _FCAIC_) is a full-time, Red Hat-employed job to lead initiatives to grow the Fedora user and developer communities, and to make Red Hat / Fedora interactions even more transparent and positive. The Fedora community budget comes to us through the Red Hat Open Source Program Office (OSPO). This position facilitates decision-making on how to best focus that to meet our community's goals and objectives. The FCAIC supports the xref:fpl.adoc[Project Leader] with all things "Community" and works directly with the Fedora Leadership to help bring more Heat and Light to the project.
The FCAIC is appointed to the Community Action and Impact seat on the Fedora xref:index.adoc[Council], Fedora’s top-level community leadership and governance body. The Council is responsible for stewardship of the Fedora Project as a whole, and supports the health and growth of the Fedora Community.
Current F-🎂footnote:[What's with the cake? The abbreviation FCAIC sounds like "F-Cake" in American English. If this position is going to have a title that is a mouthful, at least the mouthful can be yummy cake!]
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Riecatnor[Marie Nordin] became the FCAIC in November 2019.
Roles and Responsibilities
Council
Work with other Council members to identify the short, medium, and long term goals of the Fedora community and to organize and enable the project to best achieve them
Primary Council member with responsibility for the development of the annual Fedora community budget
Participate in decision-making about use of trademarks, project structure, community disputes or complaints, and other such issues
Special Initiatives
Design and spearhead special initiatives to grow user and contributor bases
Metrics
Implement metrics for community engagement, participation, and satisfaction; create and execute projects to improve those metrics; report regularly on progress and adjust approach as needed
Opportunities
Identify opportunities to engage new contributors and community members; align project around supporting those opportunities
Liaise between Red Hat and FOSS Community
Communicate community needs to Red Hat and participate in regular meetings with internal Red Hat stakeholders; align Red Hat participation in Fedora beyond platform engineering
Represent Red Hat’s stake in Fedora community success
Improve on-boarding materials and presentation of Fedora to new Red Hat hires; develop standardized materials on Fedora which can be used at Red Hat globally.