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Re: Hats



On Tue, 2007-06-05 at 12:02 +0300, Bogomil "Bogo" Shopov wrote:
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        > Stefan Held wrote:
        > > Am Dienstag, den 05.06.2007, 11:41 +0300 schrieb Bogomil
        "Bogo" Shopov:
        > >
        > >> Because Fedora is community driven distro. Ubuntu and suse
        are NOT
        > >> community driven
        > >
        > > LOL.
        > Action, my friend actions. Suse (not OpenSuse) ans Ubuntu
        depends a lot
        > of theirs company sponsors, but NOT Fedora. This is community
        driven, I
        > think. Please ask Ubuntu and/or SUSE developers for that and
        for all
        > procedures to make anything. Those are NOT community driven
        distros.
        >
        > Bogo
        > >
        
        Please show us how you think Fedora is going to thrive as it
        does
        without Red Hat paying people that are a big part of Fedora
        development.
        Novell and Canonical pay people that develop *open*Suse (!) and
        Ubuntu,
        respectively. What's the difference?
        
        There may well be differences in the details, and Red Hat has a
        different business model than for example Canonical, but let's
        not be
        immature. Since Fedora was created by Red Hat in the first
        place, let's
        not get into semantic discussions that end up being
        other-distro-bashing, which is, correct me if I'm wrong, not
        what people
        are looking for on this list.
        
        regards,
        Herman
        /earth/eu/nl
        
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