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Old 08-23-2013, 08:41 AM   #1
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LXer: Default offerings, target audiences, and the future of Fedora

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Ever since I started contributing to the Fedora Project Iíve always loved the work (still do!). The operating system is flexible (just a bunch of puzzle pieces, really) and that flexibility allows people to build pretty much any type of system they need to get their work done. Everything being licensed under a free and open source license makes all those puzzle pieces very easy to work with as well. In short, what I see in Fedora is what Iíve come to expect from all software solutions.



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