On Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 8:13 AM, Matthew Miller
On Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 05:06:01AM +0100, Lars Seipel wrote:
> And there are no shady backroom deals involved that might grant rights
> to Fedora that do not necessarily apply to Fedora's downstreams?
There are no backroom deals, shady or otherwise. We don't do things
To back that up, if there was a backroom deal such as you suggested
where downstream rights were not retained, that would mean users would
need to agree to some sort of end-user agreement before the
functionality was accessible to them. It would go counter to how
Fedora is distributed and counter to the norms of our community.
There is no such agreement required or being asked for in this
> I certainly wouldn't have felt the need to ask something like
this a few
> years ago, but nowadays I guess everything is possible.
Lars, I'm curious. What has happened that has made you lose trust?
I read that more as "the world continues to go insane" rather than
losing specific trust in Fedora as a project. Though if it is
specifically Fedora, I wonder as well.