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Re: Fedora Project: Announcing New Direction



Alexandre Oliva escibeu:

> And why wouldn't such elsewhere be the Fedora Project?  If you want to
> support it yourself, you (and others in this business) may get
> together and keep issuing errata for releases deployed to your
> customers for as long as you like.
>
> Then, if some customer really wants support from Red Hat, you can add
> RHEL to the package, since it's likely to integrate easily.

we get troubles!

cases:

- If your country has not a Red Hat Office, to buy RHEL support is
fruitless. And there are _lots_ of countries without one.

- There are people don't want support(web, mail, telephone,...) but they
want to *pay* only for maintenance(updates)

- Like other mail said, RHEL is too much expensive for .edu, .org

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