> On Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at 10:19:32AM -0700, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
>> Same here as in the Fedora side, not enough manpower (and not enough
>> demand, it is easy to install Fedora and then add a repo for any
>> additional packages).
> I tend to agree, just wanted to reiterate my offer from another place
> in this thread. If there were enough interest to do 'Planet CCRMA
> Audio Workstation, a Fedora Remix', I and people like me would burn
> and carry around copies. Especially if it were able to run as a live
> Linux from a CD, DVD, or USB thumb drive, I would give copies to all
> my musician and audio friends to boot to and try out.
> It's the difference between, "Already-committed so I am going to install
> and enable a repo," and "I don't know that Linux can work for me as a
> musician/producer/podcaster/etc." I talk with far more of the latter
> at FOSS events, etc.
> I can't guarantee numbers, but I'm sure if you had an audio remix
> available that people knew about, the Fedora Ambassadors around the
> globe would start handing them out for the same reasons I said above.
> - Karsten
>  Don't turn to me for naming, clearly. :)
> name: Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Sr. Community Gardener
> team: Red Hat Community Architecture
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