[Fedora-electronic-lab] Community Questions

Ziyad Saeed myschizobuddy at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 06:28:26 UTC 2009

A donation model for just the FEL programs should be set up. Under one
umbrella Fedora can use its influence to merge these scattered programs.
Right now we can concentrate on just one distribution (Fedora). The moment
we go to open electronics lab we have to now support Debian, Slackware,
Gentoo and everything in between. The project will become too big to
For open electronics lab to work you will have to narrow down your support
to just a handfull of distros and let other derivative distros follow the

On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 5:52 AM, John Rizzo <johnrizzo1 at gmail.com> wrote:

> In the open source world there is easy to find a lot of choice for a given
> application but most of the applications are usually not incredibly mature.
>  I think its great that someone is attempting to bring together the mature
> open source packages around a given discipline.  This is definitely
> something that is sorely needed.
> I think it would be even greater if this project was focused on the
> integration and use of these applications in a distribution independent
> manner.
> So my question is; Is anyone interested in growing this project from a
> "Fedora Electronics Lab" to a Open Electronics Lab?  I would certainly be
> happy to contribute my time to helping bring these applications to at least
> one other distribution.
> John Rizzo
> johnrizzo1 at gmail.com
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