> No mater what they say, to me Fedora will always be the beta version of the next RHEL. Why they just don't admit that?
Because that's rubbish and you don't know what you are talking about. Fedora cannot possibly be a beta for RHEL, because the last several releases of Fedora did not result in anything resembling a release in RHEL world.
Repeating nonsense all the time does not make it sense.
> When Fedora gets 100% detached from Red Hat, then one can think about a mission or something like that to the project.
Oh, please! Red Hat is kind enough to pay for the infrastructure, bandwidth and most importantly developers in order to get Fedora out the door.
I'll give you a concrete example of how Fedora is a distro all by itself. Where I work, we are decked out in RHEL. We have a subscription agreement with RH that would cover all and every machine I ever wanted to have RHEL on. But I want and do run Fedora on my own (work and home) machines, because I know I'm going to get the latest Linux software, all packaged up the way I want it. So, I do not want to switch to any "final release" (what you think RHEL is) - I already am running one. Other Fedora users and contributors do the same.