The end of the Fedora Foundation
Posted Apr 5, 2006 16:03 UTC (Wed) by gowen
In reply to: The end of the Fedora Foundation
Parent article: The end of the Fedora Foundation
Do you have any data to back up this claim?
Assuming RH aren't lying about the amount of bandwidth the Fedora Core 5 isos sucked up, I'd go as far to say the data we have contradicts, rather than supports that claim. Unless, of course, "No-one goes there anymore, its too crowded."
Besides, the Linux Kernel isn't a community project; it's ruled by a sometimes-benevolent dictator (and don't even get me started on the management structure of OpenBSD). It's equally difficult to get code into FSF projects like GCC and emacs. Why is it necessarily a bad thing if Linux distributions are managed in the same way?
PS : the idea that people would switch to Novell's SuSE Linux because its a community-run project is too silly for words.
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