Omega 10 Desktop Linux

Luca Foppiano luca at
Tue Sep 30 11:02:26 UTC 2008

On Tue, 2008-09-30 at 15:21 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> There is no proprietary codecs or non-free codecs in Omega. Some of them 
> are potentially patent encumbered (only if you are in a region that 
> considers software patents as valid) but nothing proprietary. Like I 
> already mentioned, this is rebranded only because it includes third 
> party software packages. The point is that it is not entirely different 
> distribution. It is 100% compatible with Fedora.


> This is a quote from a article and not the announcement. The 
> announcement is at

ok, sorry I thought was your announcement.

> Like all the different spins, this is just a matter of convenience. Many 
> of the Fedora users go to a third party repository like Livna to get 
> additional software. This live cd reduces that hassle and makes things 
> easier. Also for people who are relying on media (CD/DVD) instead of 
> Internet connection for software, this live cd is more useful.

uhm, I understand...but you didn't convince me ;-)

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