On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 4:21 PM, Christian Schaller <cschalle@redhat.com> wrote:
What I mean to say is that Red Hat has a business motive to support the Fedora community,
if supporting Fedora was a pure act of charity then I think organizations like the Red Cross
or Unicef would have a much better chance of getting the money.

So if the Fedora community wants to not care about why Red Hat invests in Fedora they are of course free to do so,
but it becomes quite disingenuous to later be surprised if Red Hat loses interest in Fedora.

well this kind of strategy towards the community is not very inspiring for the new contributors, is it?
I think there is interest in the fedora community for Gnome as well as other DE which RHEL doesn't ship.
But since this thread has been moving in a direction where the Fedora spins are under threat to exist in the repos doesn't bode well for the packages that is not of interest to red hat.