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Re: Since Fedora is not aimed at enterpise/business ..



> > Is Fedora a business-level distribution or not? If it is, then fine,
> > leave it in. But if it isn't, let us at least be honest about how few
> > people at home and small/medium organizations are using it and
> > reconsider our fascination and dedication to it.
> 
> Let's try your thought experiment on something more fundamental to
> Fedora:
> 
> "Let's be honest about how few people at home and small/medium
> organizations are using Linux and reconsider our fascination and
> dedication to it."

Take that one step further. Fedora legacy is targeting RH 7.3 and RH 9.  
What happens in a year or two or three or four when RH 7.3 and RH9 are
*FINALLY* truly dead. We're going to have to shove a stake in the ground 
at a Fedora release and say "This is the new fedora legacy" and flagellate 
'er support it for a few years as a production OS. I'd be pretty cranky if 
I had to perform micro-surgery on a perfectly good distribution to add a 
tool like kerberos (that should have been there in the first place).



/me pours a little gas on the fire... 
/me rubs hands together...


-Chuck



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A: Because we read from top to bottom, left to right.
Q: Why should i start my reply below the quoted text?





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