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Re: Fedora Freedom?

seth vidal schrieb:
On Wed, 2006-12-06 at 00:37 -0500, David Zeuthen wrote:
On Wed, 2006-12-06 at 00:13 -0500, Warren Togami wrote:
Oh come on. This can't be anywhere near as pretentious as "Masters of the Universe" used by Ubuntu.
At least that's funny and makes me think of He-Man and other things.
Fedora is one of the last remaining major defenders of Freedom in FOSS. - Ubuntu ships GPL violating proprietary kernel drivers.
- Novell sold their soul to the devil and betrayed the community.

The Fedora collection contains everything that is free as in liberty. It is comprised of freedom. So why not call it that?
I just think it sounds way too pretentious and self-righteous. Fedora is
also about cool things and making the computing experience more fun and
enjoyable. Calling it "Fedora Freedom" makes me think of chores and all
the homework I neglected to do. Sorry.
+1. It's pretentious and silly.


just call it fedora, move along. It's not like anyone else is going to
refer to it any differently.

I still don't like the plain "Fedora" variant.

BTW, why don't we simply continue to call the package-universe "Fedora Core" (with the difference that it's now located in the Fedora Extras framework and the Extras Packages are now to be found under the name Core, too)?

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