I took a glance at this a while back (I was wacky for wikis at the time) and found nothing obviously wrong with it.
Granted, it's not inspiring. It's informative, and it has this thing they call on Wikipedia neutral point of view (NPOV). Does get dry and boring at times.
We could copy in the list of rpm pacakges. Wikipedians are always making lists of things. Even more boring.
How about a bit of Fedora policy: have an open project where anybody can participate, release often, and package quality software in rpms?
If you really want uninspired drivel, check out the Feodra Project stub page
. I made that diagram in Dia. But it has no content as Fedora Core is
the Fedora Project.
FedoraForum did get the second unofficial link, by the way.