Am Samstag, den 29.10.2011, 11:16 +0200 schrieb Kévin Raymond:
I could not find any docs about media production without ambassadors
involved (nor FamSco approval).
Fedora is free software, mostly under GPL, if an NPO ask me if they
could sell a DVD containing only Free Softwares, as well as the Fedora
Live CD included, is there any problem? I don't think so if the Fedora
Project iso is not altered.
Even if Fedora is Free Software, the Fedora trademark is not free. This
means you have to follow
The following page is outdated, still it contains some items to think
Is there a difference between hundreds and thousands units?
No, I don't think so.
What about selling respins?
With respins you'll get a problem with the GPL and other FOSS licenses:
Respins contain updates and not only packages from the 'Fedora' or
'Everything' repos. The updates repository however only holds one or two
copies of each package - this includes the source package, too. So when
you see the respin, the corresponding src.rpm might not be available any
longer on the mirrors. This is a violation of the GPL: You must be able
to provide the source code, either from the mirrors or on request.
This being said: Respins are ok as long as you save the corresponding
src.rpm files and add a note that people can get the source from you.
Take a look at the F15 and F16 sleeves for an example.