"What is the Fedora Project?"

Tim Burke tburke at redhat.com
Wed Oct 14 19:00:18 UTC 2009

Máirín Duffy wrote:
> - The clients she refers to are highly-technical users, running 
> advanced scientific projects and in some cases military operations. 
> They're not highly technical in terms of being intimately familiar 
> with the inner workings of Linux, they're highly technical in their 
> domains which are complex. They have PhDs in meterology or advanced 
> medical and aeronautics degrees. And they want the distro they work 
> with to just work - they can't deal with the instability we've 
> introduced over the past two years and have started going elsewhere. 
> The suggestion elsewhere in the thread that one should be required to 
> have a 'drivers license' to run a distro she related to requiring a 
> kernel hacker to interpret the results of a medical exam - a highly 
> technical person just not in their field of expertise.
sounds like RHEL

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