My general criticism is that Fedora is not a real community project.
This can clearly be seen by the mailing list structure (as the future of
Fedora can not really be discussed by the users). Fedora has stated to
be a meritocracy (
). There is a system of Ambassadors. Different from Ubuntu one can say
that it is generally not wanted that users take the distribution into
their own hands and make their own marketing. Who is ambassador?
"Ambassadors program is a meritocracy, so the ones who have shown that
they are actively doing the right thing will be best candidates."
You might be happy to know that Fedorasummit¹ will do to the future of