When I got the invitation to talk about Fedora at a local FOSS conference, which kind of speech I am supposed to deliver?
- honest: it used to be a great distro, but some idiots are running it down the drain;
- half-hearted: ignore the present and talk about how it was 0.5-1 years ago;
- coward: use the pretense of a busy schedule decline participation,
- small scale: focus entirely on the local community (Romanian) and our struggle to survive and not say a word about the international project.