On Tue, Dec 19, 2006 at 11:24:49AM -0500, Greg Dekoenigsberg wrote:
2. The unfortunate fact that Fedora Legacy didn't have many
and wasn't keeping up;
It's not fair to blame the volunteers. There wasn't the right infrastructure
for volunteers, either. Chicken and egg. Possibly someone awesome and
energetic could have seized the project and ran with it (as Jesse did to
start it), but that's a lot to hope for and too much to count on.
Not ideal -- but the community has the power to resurrect Legacy, if
so choose. Fedora Unity, for instance, could very well run their own
version of the Legacy project. Realistically, though: without a
substantial number of Legacy volunteers, the Legacy project is just not
viable. Especially when compared to CentOS.
So, maybe some stronger bridges to (and, most to the point, back *from*)
CentOS are in order....
Matthew Miller mattdm(a)mattdm.org <http://mattdm.org/>
Boston University Linux ------> <http://linux.bu.edu/>