It appears that some people who work for Red Hat on the Fedora project somehow found Ms Hall's article and took exception to it. They weren't speaking for Red Hat, just for themselves, but it was obvious that they didn't think it was fair to all the community volunteers at Fedora when folks like us give distros like Fedora and openSUSE second class status as community distros.
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