"As of this last Friday, December 7th Fedora Core 6 is no more.
With it goes the last release the Fedora Project had seen the split
between 'Community' (Extras) and Red Hat sponsored (Core). Those
not intimately involved in Fedora might be interested to learn that
when the merge happened it was the core packages that ended up
having to follow the former 'Extras' packaging guidelines and not
the other way around. Yet another testament to the power of
"Fedora often takes a bit of flack over not maintaining a longer
release/support cycle. I think the main reason for this is simply
because it allows Fedora to take bigger risks then any other
operating system out there..."
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