Red Hat is merging Red Hat Linux with the Fedora Linux Project. The result is the Fedora Project, a community-driven Linux distribution. Red Hat will no longer sell a consumer-targetted Linux distro. This seems like a pretty smart move to me. Keeping Red Hat Linux corporate-controlled would never have satisfied the geeks, and the consumer–oriented distro market is pretty crowded. Now Red Hat can stop getting into fights with the community and focus on what’s making them money, Enterprise Linux.