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Re: [Fedora] Re: FC1 stable, FC2 ... you wish.

On Tue, 8 Jun 2004 19:57:08 +0100
Andy Green <fedora warmcat com> wrote:

> > It's appropriate that you put quotations around the word community because
> > I think you're using it to mean anyone-with-an-opinion.   But that is not
> I mean users.  I quoted it because it is Redhat's choice to apply that word to 
> Fedora.

Well they do make it clear what that term means; they don't pretend that 
you become a community member simply by installing Fedora:

"those who not only consume, but also produce for the good of 
other community members."

Check out:   http://fedora.redhat.com/about/index.html

I do take your point that there may be unsuspecting people who are
using Fedora that don't understand the driving forces behind the
decisions.   They'll likely be the loudest complainers until they
understand the Fedora project in a new light.

> > Anyway, i'm guessing the next few releases will be much smaller steps and a
> > bit easier to manage. 
> Yeah -- you feel the need too :-)  There doesn't seem to be any way to talk 
> about that other than to muse about it on the ml -- which we both just did.

Just meant that the next few releases won't have the burden of dealing
with as many issues related to a new kernel.


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