This is a bit of a Catch 22 as there are no current Fedora users on Ask Fedora, as stated, that work with audio production, according to the feedback that I have received on Ask Fedora. The only way to do that is through advocacy on Facebook (among other places), to attract Linux users that already work with audio production, to try to use Fedora. Without people currently using other Linux distros migrating to Fedora and working with audio production, the project will likely never reach critical mass. You need online activists to promote Fedora within the audio production community, to get Linux users within the area to try Fedora Jam.
[quote=“FranciscoD, post:9, topic:12384”]
This is the forum (I’m still unclear why you say that it isn’t).[/quote]
When new Fedora users arrive at Ask Fedora, unless they have a specific, technical question, Ask Fedora is similar to a blank canvas, particularly regarding special interests. There is no sub-forum that they can gravitate towards, possibly read other posts within the area, to get a feel for potential technical challenges, to follow some of the popular topics within, for example, audio production. Unlike a conventionally structured forum, with sub-forums already created and where there is a possibility of creating new ones, or Facebook where it is possible to create groups according to interest, Ask Fedora has an extremely flat structure that may work for specific technical questions, but does not provide the necessary tools around which a community of like minded users can gravitate towards similar interests. If even when you ask a technical question, you can risk being told that the area that you are interested in does not have any online expertise, that is not a format that is conducive to building a community that could build into a group that as you describe, develops a critical mass to contribute back…
Again, the times that I have written howtos, I usually post to the community to get feedback, before I actually create a doc. However, again, if there were a sub-forum for howtos, the commentary would be running under the post and edits could be made before posting an actual document.