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Re: [Ambassadors] Freemedia + Unity Re-Spins, Thoughts?



Neville A. Cross wrote:
On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 2:39 AM, Frank Murphy
<frankly3d fedoraproject org> wrote:
Looking for thoughts on this.

What would the Freemedia\Ambassadors think,
if we cannot include Unity-Respins as full Project sponsored spins.
Could we try work on them as an upgrade option.


John (inode) voiced something similar previously:
https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-ambassadors-list/2009-January/msg00198.html

Where requester is sent the Official Media,
and the closest Unity-spin to the request date.

It will cost ambassadors a bit extra on media\time\p+p.
But it will save the requester time\money, and
give them a fairly concurrent box.

If feedback is positive, would others be willing to help me bring this
forward, to the relevant groups\committees?

Frank


I am a newcomer to the free media program, since December 2008. I am
here to help. At this point I have more questions than opinions. Sure
there are some historical background that is unknown for me. I think
it is better to ask early than to complain later. I will love to be
able to distribute media up-to-date, to save people (me included) from
having to download 500+ Mb to update a fresh install. Specially where
internet connections does not help much to speed update.

 It is Unity re-spin official fedora?


The Fedora Unity Re-Spins are not official Fedora media, but we do have trademark approval from the board so that it can be called "Fedora".

Unity re-spin is available using jigdo, or at least it seems to be.
Why there is no jigdo for official media?


Actually there is jigdo's for the official media.

Kind regards,

Jeroen van Meeuwen
-kanarip


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