Fedora Legacy end-of-life announcements
Posted Jul 24, 2006 18:55 UTC (Mon) by smoogen
In reply to: Fedora Legacy end-of-life announcements
Parent article: Fedora Legacy end-of-life announcements
1) Fedora Legacy is a volunteer project. Other than Jesse, no-one is paid by Red Hat, but by the happiness we get from messages like this about how much we are loved. While Jesse is paid by Red Hat, this was a project that he started way before he was hired by Red Hat.
2) You are free to get a refund for what you paid for Fedora Core 2. However, looking over our records, you are behind in payments. You also have not signed our SLA paperwork so we are working under standard contractual times of delivery of product.
3) If you looked over previous announcements you will notice that the Fedora Legacy project has promised security support for 2 Fedora releases. The end-of-life discussion for FC1 and FC2 has been going on for over a year, and has been said several times for occuring at the 2nd test release of FC6 (e.g. when FC4 would move to legacy.)
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