Wiki page for country

Tom "spot" Callaway tcallawa at
Tue Jul 13 19:41:24 UTC 2010

On 07/13/2010 03:27 PM, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> On 07/14/2010 12:00 AM, Tom "spot" Callaway wrote:
>> On 07/13/2010 02:26 PM, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
>>> On 07/13/2010 11:55 PM, Paul Frields wrote:
>>>> The more detailed answer is that as long as a
>>>> subdomain points to physical space not managed by the Fedora Project,
>>>> this is not a problem.
>>> In that case, I would like to have a general instance of media wiki
>>> connected to FAS running on
>> No. This is not intended to be a "clever" end run around Red Hat Legal.
> There is nothing clever about it.   Red Hat Legal has not permitted
> certain type of content on the official website.  Community websites
> outside Red Hat Legal control have always had such content.  Since
> is such a website, I don't see a problem.  Why are
> you opposed?

The intent of was never to create a home for Fedora
Contributors to store material that would not be acceptable for the
Fedora Project and its hosted servers.

So, here's a short list (by no means complete) as to why I am opposed to

1) It will fragment the existing wiki.
2) It will almost certainly lead to aggressive cross-linking between the
wikis, which will give the impression that it is official and ultimately
lead to Red Hat shutting it down, along with the rest of
3) Hooking it into FAS makes it functionally official, and means that
there is a direct link between Fedora Contributors who have likely
agreed to the ICLA/FPCA and contributions which are legally unacceptable
in some way. is a gray area, in that the Fedora Trademark is in
use, and Red Hat owns the DNS record. What you propose is not the
intended use of (to provide locale/region/language
specific offsite groups domain continuity) and crosses the line
established to minimize the legal risks present.


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