Red Hat's Fedora Project has announced several cool things this week.
The first was Intel's defection from Ubuntu to use Fedora in its Moblin
(Mobile Linux Internet Project). Intel's Dirk Hohndel billed it as
driven by the project's preference for Fedora's RPM-based packaging
system, but it's still significant, given Ubuntu's momentum in mobile.
But the most interesting Fedora announcement may well have had nothing
to do with its code, and everything to do with the process that creates
that code. I'm referring to Fedora Talk, a voice-over-IP system that
"allows Fedora contributors to use any standard VoIP hardware or
software to sign into the Fedora system and make and receive calls to
other Fedora contributors."
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