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Re: Fedora Core 5 Test 3 Review



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Patrick Barnes wrote:

> I think the appropriate way to allow migration is simple:
>
> Instead of the generic "No MP3 here" message, point to a URL on the
> wiki. This URL can detail why we don't have MP3, what the
> alternatives are, and where they can look for more information
> about MP3 on Fedora. We are very limited in the wording we can
> use, and we can't provide direct information to give people MP3
> support, but we can point them to third-part sites that have that
> information.

I'm confused... Why can't we provide direct information, even when it
involves using a third party tool? I mean is not like Fedora is
endosing any illegal activities or anything of the sort by pointing to
a legi source like Real Player... I don't understand why can't that be
said straight.
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