[Ambassadors] Re: Approaching for a Fedora migration

Kevin Verma kevinverma at fedoraproject.org
Wed Aug 27 17:10:29 UTC 2008

In my view improved mirror & update infrastructure along livemedia,
management tools is best bet for long term.

Media shipping is only an interim problem, for future community should
look ahead to lobby with public/private network service providers.


On 8/27/08, pablo at proyectofedora.org <pablo at proyectofedora.org> wrote:
> Hi...
>> Not to me, it isn't. He could be looking for help in installing Fedora
>> for multiple systems for example which is why David Nalley talked about
>> Cobbler. How is asking for a clarification disgusting to you? I don't
>> understand what's troubling you.
> Just the way, not the content. Anyway the requirement is obvious...
>> The cost of shipping media is prohibitive compared to the cost of
>> replicating it. This is well known and has been discussed in the list
>> multiple times which is why I indicated that local people are better
>> suited to help.
> Yes, but what the ambassador is talking about is a uncomfortable true. The
> cost is prohibitive in some point of view. From the point of view of this
> council could be more expensive send individual cds, but let the
> ambassador take the cost of it, could be in some way, the reason why
> ubuntu gets more sucess than us on this tip. If we want software freedom
> for people, we must find the most effective way to spread fedora. Just and
> opinion. Sorry but this is not flame.
> I my humble opinion ( please take this message as a contribution, i dont
> like flame wars ), the burocratic administration of the project, take us
> to innefective results. Paul resolves the problem to get on participation,
> but we are still slow in the way to connect to people.
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