Helllo, Magazine writers. I’d like to explain a personal windmill at which I am tilting, and hopefully enlist your help in that battle.
When we say “Fedora” without a qualifier, I’d like people to think “Fedora Project”, not the bits we produce. Like, Red Hat is the company, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Red Hat OpenShift are products. I know there’s a long habit of calling our distro just “Fedora”, and long habits are hard to break, but I think the magazine can help.
Instead of calling the distro “Fedora” (as in “Using IceBreaker on Fedora”), try one of:
- Fedora Linux: “Using IceBreaker on Fedora Linux”
- The Fedora OS: “Of course, IceBreaker works well with the Fedora OS…”
- A specific Fedora Edition or other variant: “Play IceBreaker on Fedora Workstation”, “Play IceBreaker on Fedora KDE Plasma Desktop”, “Play IceBreaker on Fedora Server with xpra!”
- The Fedora package collection “IceBreaker is now available in the Fedora package collection”
… and similar. Slowly but surely with many small taps of the editorial lance, we can knock this windmill over!