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Community Managers and Administrators

What are Community Managers and Administrators?

Community Managers oversee forums. They generally have the ability to edit and delete posts, move threads, and perform other actions. Becoming a Community Manager is usually rewarded to users who are particularly helpful and knowledgeable in the subject of Fedora.

Administrators are the people who have overall control of everything that happens on the board. They oversee how the board is styled, what forums to create and how to organize them, what information to require from members and who to appoint as Community Managers.
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