On 4/19/07, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
Arthur Pemberton wrote:
> Rahul, I think the point Donton is trying to make is that distributed
> LiveCDs may actually deal a blow to Fedora's image, as LiveCDs are
> often used to show of to people unwilling to understand Fedora's
> policy choices.
That point is well understood. Unless you have a good idea to solve that
I don't think there is any necessity to worry about it. We have done
what we can to educate users on our objectives.
No I don't. However, I have to say even I was dismayed a bit when I
couldn't get OO.org
Impress to embed a OGM file. But I've emailed the
maintainer, who says that I should be better in F7. (long story short,
I had to do a Impress presentation about Fedora on WinXP)
The only real suggestion, if it even is a suggestion, is that Fedora
needs a secondary, complementary goal, besides being a solid base of
free and open software.
Fedora-desktop-list mailing list
Fedora Core 6 and proud