On Wed, 23 Jan 2008 09:16:30 -0900 "Jeff Spaleta" <jspaleta gmail com> wrote: > Legacy was not a failure... it was a key part of the process of > defining what the limits are with the resources we have. Now that we > have gone through that, the people who have survived the process have > a much better idea of what it takes in terms of a resource commitment > to pull it off. > > I have absolutely no problem with another attempt at community effort > as a follow-up to what Legacy did. I just don't think its where this > community of contributors wants to contribute. I think at a minimum > there are 3rd support specialists out there with a business interest > in a Fedora LTS, or perhaps niche hardware vendors in the embedded > space which could be persuaded to leverage Fedora as a development > platform. Lots of unexplored area. It's perfectly OK to fail, in fact we should fail more often, and share the results of those failures. It's only by failure that we'll know the limits of our abilities. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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