Re: The Fedora Core release notes suck!

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On Mon, 2003-11-24 at 17:38, bill_g wrote:
> Consider outlining the relation between Red Hat and Fedora.  It's
> implied several times, but not everyone will know about Fedora's
> lineage. 
> Dunno if it's appropriate for release notes, but updating might be worth
> a graf or two, especially using "official" vs "unofficial" packages, as
> well as yum vs up2date and all that.  Certainly prompts a lot of list
> traffic.

It's a great idea, but I don't know if laying out the complete situation
in release notes would be appropriate.  Considering some of it can be
sort of ahh, politically sensitive?

Though I do agree that a comprehensive and semi-authoritative guide
explaining the "gist" of Fedora and what it really means to install it
(i.e., weaning yourself off of official errata and what's involved in
beginning to configure and use community-supported repositories of
software) is sorely needed.  Obviously a good work item for the
"community", where this is best placed I do not know. 

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