Noone asked us anything, so we made this up.
Nothing, really. It's perfect for what it's designed for.
It, however makes us a bit worried. It contains drivers not present in mainline kernel that didn't pass the rigourous review process Linux is known and valued for. They, for instance, expose files in /dev that expose raw access to hardware for an unprivileged user. This is something that's probably fine on a toy, but something very uncommon for a production Linux system.
It also ships no SELinux by default and it's not trivial to make it work. Also, despite arguably a matter of taste, we prefer RPM to DEB.
When it's ready. Which likely is Q1 2016.
Become a Fedora packager.
Donations of hardware and money for the build cluster are very welcome.
We target all BCM2835-based (armv6) boards:
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B is not supported.
We aim to continue where Pidora has left off. Without insulting the Russian speaking folks ;)