[Ilugc] How far we are going to Compromise ?
sundaram at fedoraproject.org
Mon Aug 21 12:22:30 IST 2006
balachandar muruganantham wrote:
> On 8/21/06, Binand Sethumadhavan <binand at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 20/08/06, Hassan <mdshah82 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> > Redhat is nothing short of a traitor - They gained immense
>> popularity due to their free (as in cost & freedom) desktop version.
>> But once they were under limelight, they abandoned their desktop users
>> for their enterprise customers (If you think FC is any good - think
>> again - it could have been the coolest distro - something that could
>> have challenged MS - But not anymore). The truth is many adopt linux
>> because it is free of cost and not because of its ideology.It is only
>> the community that feels that way. To the normal user in India, it is
>> just the cost factor that matters.
>> This is utter nonsense. What exactly do you mean by "abandoned their
>> desktop users"? Their commitment to Fedora is still active. Their
>> Enterprise distro is possibly the finest distro ever in terms of
>> security, scalability and performance.
> are you sure that their enterprise distro is finest distro?
> check out this
Other side of the story
>> Can you please let everyone know what Redhat should do to become a
>> "patriot" once again?
> Redhat should take fedora and release that as official version with
> support for end users
Going back to a product line that didnt work out well is not patriotism
More information about the ilugc