Le mardi 01 février 2005 à 14:46 -0500, Paul Iadonisi a écrit :
On Tue, 2005-02-01 at 20:44 +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
> Le mardi 01 février 2005 à 14:36 -0500, seth vidal a écrit :
> Well you should know that once you release a software in the wild some
> people will put it to interesting uses (I'm sure you have a found
> remembrance of when people started yuming Raw Hide;)
And The Fedora Project most definitely does not need to make
adjustments for these 'interesting uses' if those uses go directly
against the warnings from the very inception of the project.
There was no "inception of Fedora project"
FC is a Red Hat Linux child, it has benefited a lot from this fact,
writing off all this history like this is very bad form.
Some form of Red Hat Linux continuity was a very big unwritten Fedora
objective. And till recently (as lwn.net
pointed out) there was precious
little of anything else going on (not that people weren't working hard
behind the scenes, but a large number of FC1/FC2/FC3 users weren't there
for the yet-to-happen extras repository)