In the news: Zarafa
jwildebo at redhat.com
Tue Apr 20 17:47:22 UTC 2010
Now I am not in the "told you so" department, but it unfolds as I expected.
Not much we can do now without harming either Fedora or Zarafa.
Maybe Zarafa can think of renaming the open source edition just as fedora v
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Subject: In the news: Zarafa
So, Zarafa is getting a lot of press attention:
some of it is fairly unflattering:
I'm a bit uncomfortable with this myself; the availability of Zarafa in
Fedora seems to be being read in ways in which we certainly didn't
intend it (as an aspect of commercialization, as some kind of Red
Hat-parachuted feature and hence an indication of RH's future
I'm wondering if perhaps we should pull Zarafa's mention as a 'feature'
of Fedora 13, or if not that, then certainly develop a more coherent
story about its inclusion, what it's for, why it's in Fedora, and the
whole 'open core' angle on it...
What do people think?
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