Fedora Project: Announcing New Direction
devrim at gunduz.org
Mon Sep 22 16:18:09 UTC 2003
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On Mon, 22 Sep 2003, Michael K. Johnson wrote:
> Red Hat and Fedora Linux are pleased to announce an alignment of their
> mutually complementary core proficiencies leveraging them synergistically
> in the creation of the Fedora Project, a paradigm shift for Linux
> technology development and rolling early deployment models.
Ok, let's take a deep breath...and...
says .. "Please keep in mind that Fedora Core is not a supported product
of Red Hat."
The distribution: the package set that is included on the set of ISO
images and directory tree blessed by the steering committee and released
as Fedora Core. The steering committee sets policies for Fedora Core, and
provides the infrastructure to build it. Red Hat Network carries the core
What will happen from now on? Shall we use Red Hat Linux 10 or Fedora
Linux bla bla? Why will Red Hat will "not" support Fedora Core? Why didn't
RH wait until the release of Cambrigde? Why, why....
There will be a lot of questions I suppose, after a clearer explanation of
what's going on.
devrim at gunduz.org devrim.gunduz at linux.org.tr
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