[In the news]: The inquirer: Red Hat releases Fedora 19 with 3D printing support

Ankur Sinha sanjay.ankur at gmail.com
Sat Jul 6 09:19:59 UTC 2013


"LINUX VENDOR Red Hat has released Fedora 19, codenamed Schrödinger's
Cat, which has support for 3D printing and is the first to use MariaDB
as its default SQL database instead of Oracle's MySQL.

Red Hat's Fedora Linux distribution is the testing ground for the firm's
hugely successful Enterprise Linux (RHEL) distribution, and for that
reason it heralds what will appear in future releases of RHEL. The
firm's Fedora 19 release brings support for 3D printing through
OpenSCAD, Skeinforge, SFACT, Printrun and Repetierhost, and it is the
first release to make MariaDB the default SQL database server
implementation in place of Oracle's MySQL."


The "Red Hat releases Fedora 19" part is inaccurate, isn't it? It should
rather be The "Fedora community released version 19".. or something.
Should I contact the author, or is there a formal way of handling this
that is to be followed?
Warm regards,
Ankur (FranciscoD)


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