I'll take a second try at it then.
Here I'll repeat what I already said. I see Fedora as already great Linux distribution for regular user, with an awesome selection of spins and labs making it really simple and comfy. I like the new mission statement, because it exactly describes my contribution to Fedora, enabling .NET Core. I would like to see Fedora as a friendly environment for dotnet developers, with all the tools necessary to write and run C# code.
And now to add to that, I would like to suggest not including FOSS in the mission statement. It is within the core values, which is where it belongs. I've been met with massive amount of FOSS extremism and hostility to anything remotely associated with non-free/os software. I would like to change that, for the sake of others who are to come, for the sake of having inclusive, diverse and friendly community around Fedora. Let me explain where I'm coming from. I already said what am I working towards, enabling C# and .NET Core in Linux. I receive a lot of hate for the association with the old .net framework, which was closed microsoft product, even though I am promoting open source, and effectively trying to steer the whole C# community towards open source, from my contribution, through articles, to talking at conferences. I think that I'm doing a good thing for FOSS and yet all I ever receive is hate. Please take this into consideration when looking at the mission statement and how it might influence the way people interact with each other about open source development. Forcing FOSS to the extreme is not the right way either, it's our core value, it doesn't have to be what we focus on 100%