* General trend in Linux towards the base distribution being "boring" and
not mattering. I asked several dozen different people at a gigantic Amazon
conference why everyone was using the distribution they chose instead of
Fedora, and the answer was almost universally "oh, I don't care; that's
not really an interesting question because there's nothing important at
that level". Now, that might not be really _true_, but it's definitely an
increasing perception. How can we either fight that perception, or make
sure that Fedora expands to also do work in the "interesting" space?