Fedora is far from a community project as RedHat tries to pass it on as, rather every decision is taken by RedHat employees without consulting the community - I personally think they should give up control to a board of directors, where they of course would be more than welcome to place an number of people involved with RedHat up for election - like the GNOME foundation does, no company is allowed to make up more than 30% (I think that is the number).
I really like Fedora, and I think RedHat does do a fine job on the technical side of things - but it's not a community project. either make it one, or call it what it is, an unsupported version of RedHat's distro.
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