and since Red Hat is "releasing"/"has released"
on its own, why not have all these things within
Fedora. No more trademarks/patents other difficulties
to get what users want. What is holding Fedora Back
Fedora foundation is governed by the same laws as Red Hat itself. So any
potential patent restrictions still apply . The design of the project
isnt changing. Fedora is going to remain completely open source and free
of patent encumbered software. The goals and status of the foundation is
available at http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Foundation
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