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    Senior Member gore's Avatar
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    RedHat takes off it's Fedora,00.htm

    RedHat has given up on Fedora like so many people who've tried to install it without it crashing or being broken out of the box. Darn it and I was soooooo looking forward to the next release

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    Mountain standard tribe.
    This doesn't necessarily mean Fedora Core won't be developed anymore...
    And for governing Fedora Core, the company will rely on the Fedora Project Board instead of the foundation. The board includes five Red Hat employees and four outsiders.
    It's just a business move or some such jazz on Red Hat's part. Don't confuse the Foundation, the Project, and the distribution.

    There goes Redhat again, doing things as they want to regardless of what the REST of the community is trying to accomplish.
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