> Detailed Description
> Fedora Netizen is an open source operating system for enabling
> internet citizens, also known as netizens, to engage online services
> and communities. Fedora Netizen includes software packages for
> focusing on civic engagement and internet safety features related to
> security and privacy.
> Nonprofit Organizations and public agencies will benefit from Fedora
> Netizen by switching to free open-source software (FOSS) for running
> public services on the Internet. Fedora Netizen empowers netizens
> with their online activism for changing the world with the help of
> open source software.
>So this sounds like it might be a server variant instead of a live
>media? If NPO's are intended to use it to run services, I would think
>basing it off server and perhaps working on some server roles would be
>Perhaps you meant that this would be good for NPO's users to use as a
>workstation to talk to their servers?
Excellent point. I will remove public services and revise this to focus on workstations for office workstations and laptops.
>If this is a collection of packages, perhaps it would be as well served
>by having a group available of these packages? Then anyone could
>install those from any other Fedora install. Of course they would need
>to have network then...
Another good point. I am not familiar yet with creating collections of packages for a spin, but can research this, thanks.