In a recent blog post Matt Domsch bought up the info what install cds downloads seem to be dyeing off.
This may be the case. but Matt data comes from the people going to the Main Fedora Project site and downloading from there, and does not have any infomation
from where people went directly to the mirror of their choice and downloaded. My call for cool heads lay in this question?
There are people downloading the CD install media therefore there is a community need for such media.
My good friend and co Fedora Unity member Kanarip stated that if the Fedora project did not want to meet that need that we would as we have in the past.
This seems to have upset some people in the Fedora project so much as someone currently running for Fesco to even suggesting
"Just drop support for split media from Anaconda, then they won't be able to do it without changing Anaconda, at which point they can't use the Fedora name anymore."
Which I really find to be the most petty childish reaction for
someone running for a Fedora election.
We are here because of our community, the downloads show that there is a need for cd install media
even if it is has dropped off over the past year.
The Needs of the Community comes first, If some members of the Fedora Community dont want to fill that need,
they should not tie and bind the hands of those who are willing to provide that need
**getting off my soap box**