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Re: Some people mis interpret Fedora's Mission Statement.



Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> And there is absolutely nothing stopping anyone from putting the
> resources together and charging money for security updates post-EOL
> for any Fedora release if they thought there was a market for that and
> individuals were willing to pay for that sort of service in a
> sustainable way.
>   
I think you may have answered your own question..."if they thought there
was a market".
> At the end of the day, someone is going to have to step up and do the
> work to extend the lifetime of Fedora releases.  Because the entirety
> of our process uses open software, our current process is replicable,
> without relying on the Fedora Project to bless it.  Under the new
> trademark policy, I believe that such a 3rd party repository would
> still qualify as a Fedora remix even if it were done completely
> outside of the control of Fedora itself. Whether or not that work is
> done completely by volunteers or people are paid to do it doesn't
> really matter, the point is people have to be motivated to do the
> work.
>
>   
"someone is going to have to step up".  I nominate you.  :-)

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