> What more do you need?
Direct access to the wiki with different license and without the need to
sign a CLA. So my options really are:
* Build a community version of Fedora or
* Just leave the project.
Perhaps the second is more appropriate for you then. There is no "community
version" of Fedora, because Fedora is inherently a *community* project. The
CLA is there to ensure the legality and proper copyright of contributions;
Peter Gordon (codergeek42)
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