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Red Hat Prosumer Linux Proposal Announcement



I'm sorry I couldn't be at FUDcon this year, I wish there was a virtual extension of it, however.  I look forward to all the news from it so I can put something on my blog.  I want to know the latest on Fedora 10!  In the meantime, I am getting ready to compose a second proposal, and I want to send it to Red Hat, can someone give me an address I can send it to?  The idea is a "step up" from Fedora but a "lite" version of RHEL for Small Businesses or Homes with advanced needs.  I call this OS : "Red Hat Prosumer Linux," perhaps this would be the consumer linux everyone would love to have.  The best of both worlds, the multimedia, fun, and community of Fedora with some of the advanced features that RHEL offers with limited tech support for a year.  Unlike Red Hat Linux which was sold on store shelves, this OS would only be available at online Linux vendor sites as well as redhat.com.  The software would be sold from $30 to $50.  It would also be offered as a 30 day trialware, if anyone wants to keep it, they purchase the registration code for $50.    Anyway, I think it's a great idea and something advanced Home Users are craving.  If anyone like to help me with this proposal, my e-mail is hudsonman35 gmail com.  Onward and forward!

Mark McLaughlin
linuxglobe.wordpress.com
Hudson, MA, USA


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