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[Ambassadors] During some of my review of the Fedora 12 "Constantine, " Fedora 12 Talking Points. :)



Hello Everyone,

Greetings. :)
 
During some of my review of the Fedora 12 "Constantine" content as well as Fedora 13 "Goddard" content being developed, I find the following in the Fedora_12_Talking_Points.
 
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_12_Talking_Points
 
There is some entry for Fedora Electronic Lab, eh?  I do not understand this for my presentation.
 
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I am very confused about what Fedora Electronic Lab has to do with the Fedora 12 Talking Points.  I did not see anything about this in Fedora 12 Features.  Does someone have any idea about this?

 
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_12_Talking_Points#Fedora_Electronic_Lab
 
Fedora Electronic Lab
Fedora's high-end hardware design and simulation platform, Fedora Electronic Lab was reinforced with PLA tools for digital design flow, a Peer Review Web-based solution for small businesses, simulators for 8081 and 8085 microcontrollers, development tools for Openmoko development and power charged Eclipse 3.5 with plugins for HDL/IP development. Read Release Notes and Flyer for complementary information.
FEL-12 mini tour
Get to know FEL-12's talking points in 3 minutes.
 
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The following two were good for a place mark for the future and developing features.  This I understand.  :)
 
Fedora 13 Talking Points -
 
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_13_Talking_Points
 
Fedora 13 Accepted Features -
 
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/13/FeatureList

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Please have a great day! :~)

Thank You
Sincerely
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- David -
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David Ramsey
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