first thing, I can't live without fedora core.
so i hate hearing bad things about fedora core
i was at my friends place, last night.
He had suse 9.2 installed and a linux magazine.
In this particular magazine, it compared between some various Linux OS.
In the fedora section, it identifies fedora as a least-stable OS of any RPM Based OS.
And fedora has not yet really impressed europeans.
but in the debian section, it says that debian is 100% GPL
My first question is how far is FC with the GPL/LGPL license? isn't it 100%?
In my local LUG, im the only one with the FC OS, most of them are using debian based OS.
We are planning in this february an "OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE DAY" similar to the german's "LINUXTAG". Im not yet communicated about the amount of money being invested.
In June 2005, in karlsruhe there was a linuxtag. And fedora core was part of the red-hat advertissement team. some developpers were present. Since i stated before (from the particular magazine) that fedora core has not yet impressed europeans, I wonder if there is a way to advertise fedora core. I mean if i can ask some kind of association/company to send me free stickers or any promotional material associated to FC to this open source event. Or even some fedora developpers could be present to support FC in that day/s?