LinuxWorld has an interview with
, President of Engineering and CTO at Red Hat.
"What else can we expect to see from new Red Hat offerings?
Should we just watch Fedora or where else can we learn about new stuff
coming down the pipe? Everything that we have under development is
happening in public. I think that we stand unique in that and that the
media and our customers are usually well aware of technology that's going
to be coming from Red Hat long before we productize it. So, Fedora 8, just
made available in the last week, had 54,000 downloads and installs that we
can even measure in the first four days, a vibrant development community
around next generation technology whether that be KVM or appliances or
spins or network manager improvements. So, Fedora is absolutely the place
to watch the OS evolve.
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