Le mercredi 26 janvier 2005 Ã 21:27 +0100, Nicolas Mailhot a Ãcrit : > Le mercredi 26 janvier 2005 Ã 20:17 +0100, FÃliciano Matias a Ãcrit : > > For me, RHEL can be : > > FC + FE + other things > > One big reason RH is in Fedora is for the RHEL it makes out of it > One big reason a lot of people use Fedora is the RedHat touch they get > for free. So it's a symbiotic relationship. > > I for one would be the last to complain I have access in FC to large > parts of RHEL. We're not talking about resources Red Hat is taking from > parts of Fedora to reallocate elsewhere (which is IMHO a large part of > what's extra is about). We're talking about ressources Red Hat already > allocated for its *paying* customers and is sharing for free with FC > users (If you just take a peek at who's maintaining the java packages > you'll see they're not people already contributing heavily to other > parts of FC. So don't worry your packages are safe). > Nice speech. > Complaining about a free gift is not overly polite. What are you talking about ? I just try to figure out why java stuff should be in Fedora Core. I think some java stuff can be push in Fedora Extra. In don't think jakarta is a "core component" for an OS. I do not use java a lot and perhaps I am wrong. If you don't agree with my point, just explain why I am wrong. PS : I use Fedora and I use/buy RHEL. I am really happy with the Red Hat's work and how Red Hat manage business and free software.
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