I think we have an issue with the Ubuntu Hall of Fame. Currently, it focuses nearly entirely on Developers. Don’t get me wrong, I am completely aware of the contributions that developers make to the community. However, we have many other great people who help out in other areas other than development. We have many people working to ensure that the documentation that we ship in the various *buntu releases, as well as our wiki documentation, is accurate and complete. We also have an amazing forum which is filled with users who have spent countless hours writing tutorials and answering questions. We also can not forget about the people who idle in numerous IRC channels in order to be able to answer any question that might be asked.
These are merely a few of the ways other than development, that a user can contribute to Ubuntu. In my opinion, these tasks help the community just as much as fixing a bug in a package. We should add sections to the Hall of Fame that acknowledges the people who contribute to these other areas. These users also deserve to be recognized as Featured Contributors.