Bits slightly wrong
Thanks for the write-up. Bits of it are slightly off, though :)
Paul isn't 'moving back inside the company'. Like Jared, he didn't work for Red Hat before being brought in as FPL. He worked for the US government prior to getting the FPL position. The next paragraph makes it seem like you actually get this, so the reference to 'moving back' I guess is just a think-o.
"These five individuals have steered the Fedora development process, which ultimately results in a hardened, commercial-grade product called Red Hat Enterprise Linux."
Not...exactly :) The Fedora development process results in Fedora. RHEL is built via a quite separate process which happens entirely within Red Hat. To put it briefly, we see the relationship as simple - Fedora is RHEL's upstream. They're not part of the same development process.
"Fedora Talk, yet another open source VoIP telephony system."
Not really - it's just an implementation of existing components for the purpose of providing the Fedora project with voice communication. It's not unique code. It's built with Asterisk and stuff.
Thanks again, though.
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