> Thats a very good question, and something more people should be asking > : here is a terse reply : adopt a part of the distro, contribute tests > and take ownership of driving support for those components forward ( so, > wiki content, support in irc channels and support for users on those > components in the mailing lists ). Start with a package or two, then > move that forward. Start with whats already in the distro. > > Its easy to fixate on the idea of CentOS being the distro and the distro > alone - however, a very large part of what the users see value in is the > user base around CentOS - and focused, specialised help with those areas > would go a long way in 'helping' CentOS. Would this help get a future release out of the door quicker?