Jack Aboutboul writes an insider’s scoop as he unravels the truth behind the urban myth about NASA using Fedora and RHEL for their mission-critical machines.
Â There has been a long standing rumor regarding NASA running Fedora which all of us in the Fedora community have been always intrigued by. Is it true? What are they doing with it there? Why don’t they run RHEL. Fortunately enough, a couple of weeks ago, I got to experience NASA behind the scenes, first hand, and hang out with the coolest members of the Fedora community, and find out the answer to these questions and lots more.
Read more about his trip-to-die-for to NASA including the pictures here.
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