I have a confession to make, I`m a Fedora user, have been since before it existed , I remember running RedHat 4.2 on my Multia and I`m pretty sur that wasn't my first RedHat install
I`m running Fedora on my laptop and corporate desktop for the simple reason that it will provide me with a preview of what CentOS might look like in the future.
So when my inbox started to show invites of a Fedora 12 release party at walking distance from my home , I replied I'd join the party afer I had put the kids to bed.
Saturday came and I realized that given the short distance to the events place it might be a good idea to get the good old RedHat bike from the garage and check it's tires. Just after I had put Margot to bed the crowd already wondered where I stayed.
I grabbed my Fedora and jumped on my bike, only to realize it's lights weren't working :( The only remaining option was to drive by car. A full 3 minutes later I was at the venue.
.Apparently nobody in the audience had seen a real Fedora before as Bert promplty stopped his presentation.
After the presentation we tried to create an OpenSpace and started introducing ourselves, we used the Fedora as a talking stick, on a regular day my Big Tux wears the Fedora, but apparently our cats had been playing with it a bit too much ... :)
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Oh, and I`m a Debian, Ubuntu, and CentOS user too :)