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What you can expect to receive depends on what the volunteer sends - there are no rules.
 
What you can expect to receive depends on what the volunteer sends - there are no rules.
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Some people have more resources and can send things like this :
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While others may only have the resources to send
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[[Image:Media.png|left]]So please bear in mind that whatever you receive is due entirely to the generosity of the person who sent it. An emailed "Thank you" would be nice if you can spare the time, as it lets us know that it arrived, and that it worked as it should.
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After all, it's what the disc contains that matters, right ?
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Another thing that we like people to do is share the disc you get with your friends. Why use a disc once when it can be useful to so many other people ? If you can't afford to send discs to people, then request a disc from us, and lend it to who-ever might need it. That way we all save money, and more people get to enjoy Fedora.

Revision as of 10:59, 4 May 2010

Welcome to the Fedora Free Media Program.

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If you would like to hear how we have been getting on, please read our news page. Lots of information about the places we have sent discs to and various stats and updates on our mission.

This is a volunteer initiative by local Fedora Ambassadors and contributors to distribute Fedora Media (DVDs) for free to individuals who can't afford to buy or download Fedora.

There is no funding from Fedora for this initiative. The media comes from volunteers from around the globe that coordinate their efforts using Fedora Infrastructure. The number of discs is limited to the resources of those volunteers and so we are constantly looking for more Fedora Ambassadors or contributors to participate. If you have any questions about the FreeMedia program, consult Susmit, Neville or Frank.

What you can expect to receive depends on what the volunteer sends - there are no rules.


Some people have more resources and can send things like this : Case-out.jpgCase-in.jpg

While others may only have the resources to send things like this :

Media.png

So please bear in mind that whatever you receive is due entirely to the generosity of the person who sent it. An emailed "Thank you" would be nice if you can spare the time, as it lets us know that it arrived, and that it worked as it should.

After all, it's what the disc contains that matters, right ?

Another thing that we like people to do is share the disc you get with your friends. Why use a disc once when it can be useful to so many other people ? If you can't afford to send discs to people, then request a disc from us, and lend it to who-ever might need it. That way we all save money, and more people get to enjoy Fedora.