So I finally got around to poking at my digital music library and playing with rhythmbox again after almost a year after my move. I noticed the magnatune plugin and started poking at the available content in the catalog. Some of its not bad, but some of it's not to good. So instead of wasting my time hunting and pecking I decided to do a quick search for compilations. And I found this: The Red Hat Summit Compilation
First of all.. it's not that bad. I might even pony up and buy it.
Second of all.. wtf didn't I know about the existence of this until today?
Third of all.. I'd L-O-V-E to see more compilations of high quality CC licensed music, and I'd love to see them Fedora branded as part of a larger informational campaign about the availability of CC licensed content. The real question is can Fedora as a project grow to take up the banner of informing and educating about content licensing as well as code?
-jef"No really, its not that bad.. I mean sure none of the songs are as good as Rico Suave, but for a compilation its not horrid"spaleta