That depends? Is a steel bridge nearly iron ? Clearly rust and fool's gold which are both
very high in iron aren't suitable for making a good bridge. On the other hand stone and wood
are both quite low in iron ordinarily, and have made reliable, and sometimes very pretty
bridges for hundreds of years.
Also, its 2008 and Unicode has been available on Linux systems for a long while now, time to
stop abusing obsolete fixed pitch typefaces and pretending that U+0060 and U+0027 are the pair
of (English) facing quote marks you're looking for, try these two instead.
But seriously, Code is King, so long as Red Hat's employees do the majority of the work (which
they do) then Red Hat controls Fedora, no matter who votes for what in which meeting.
Wrestling control away from Red Hat, only to have the project sink without trace, would not be
a success story for the "Fedora community" whatever that is. (Is it me? I use Fedora and file
some bugs, and sometimes I suggest small patches? Plus some of my software is in Fedora?)