Wow. No need for such oversensitivity. I've always liked Redhat's project management style.
I was nervous when they started talking about turning Redhat Linux into a community project
back in the RedHat Linux Project days. It's worked out pretty well, but I do believe in
calling a spade a spade. "Fedora goes to a community-dominated" board is is deceptive,
regardless of the fact that I rather prefer the project to remain firmly under RedHat's
control. I indicated that in my original post; You have no basis for calling me a detractor.
Look at it this way. If republicans were guaranteed 56% of seats in congress and the rest of
the seats went to republicans or democrats depending upon their election results, and then we
backed that off to only 44% guaranteed seats being guaranteed for republicans, one would
hardly call that "Going to a Democrat-dominated Congress".
That is as much time as I choose to waste on this topic.