Thinking about this a little more, I think it actually would be a good
possibility to add that some parts of Edge are open source, which could
help us "port" IE/Edge to Linux? Perhaps without the "endorsement"
On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 at 21:41 Chaoyi Zha <cydrobolt(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
This sounds interesting! I appreciate your feedback, but I'm not sure that
we can infer that Microsoft is "collaborating" or endorses Fedora since it
is not true. That could get into a more lofty area that we might not want
to get involved with.
In regards to Chakra being open source, I think, inherently, the article
is making a joke, not proposing a real product or project. Hence, I think
talking about the open source components of Edge and "collaboration" would
be a bit of a grey area and a bit too convincing, perhaps?
Although Edge exists, I think IE is still available for download for those
who are looking for it. I think using IE rather than Edge might be a good
way to provide comedy value without getting into too many problems. Instead
of talking about details and aspects that might imply endorsement when
there is none, we could try parodying some well-known "issues" or aspects
of Fedora, for instance, its speed, its crashes, or its lack of
compatibility. We could also put in some edited screenshots for fun, if we
can get some before the end of the day tomorrow :)
What do you think?
On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 at 21:13 Huiren Woo <giantcrabby(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I think this, although very last minute, is a fantastic idea! I've got
> some ideas I would like to contribute (I would be happy to help edit the
> article to include these technical details) as well.
> So here are some of it:
> -Met Microsoft Chakra team at BrickHack.
> -Interested in collaborating with us
> -Why Edge
> --Chakra core is OSS
> --Chakra core has fantastic ES2015 support
> --Chakra core is highly comparable against Chrome V8 engine
> --Fedora infrastructure runs NodeJS w Chakra Core
> --Working with OSS Microsoft team
> --Developing fully FOSS version of Edge (will be uploaded on Github later)
> -Maybe some edited screenshots of Edge on Fedora?
> Minor corrections:
> - IE no longer exists, it is now Microsoft Edge.
> What do y'all think of this? Thanks! :)
> Best Regards,
> Woo Huiren
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