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> I think part of the publicly expressed idea behind Fedora is
that it is
> for hobbyists, namely people who love to tinker with Linux and enjoy the
> challenge that Linux can offer.
Just because Fedora is more on the bleeding edge of releasing software
than other distros doesn't mean we shouldn't document it well.
I agree with Scott here. Just because Fedora is a bleeding edge distro,
oriented towards hobbysts, that does not mean weak doccos, for hobbysts I
understand no only Linux hackers but also Linux newbies.
And being a RHEL R&D platform means to me that Fedora can, with caution, be
used in production enviroment. Something that would also benefit with the
avaliability of a good doc base.
Luiz Rocha <lsdr at LSDR.net>
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