The Star: Swapping Red Hat for a Fedora
Mar 03, 2004, 10:00 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ravind Ramesh)
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"Some cried foul saying that Red Hat was being selfish and that
it had fallen into the pit of commercialism rather than staying
true to the free spirit of open source software.
"Others, like me, yawned and let it slide. We believe that Red
Hat has the right to make money from its products. After all, isn't
that the reason for someone going into business?
"For me, the situation wasn't particularly alarming especially
after I heard that consumers looking for the free version of Red
Hat's Linux distribution could opt for Fedora instead..."