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The key of Fedora Linux and Red Hat Linux was that Fedora's repository development would be collaborative with the global volunteer community.
Before Fedora 7, Fedora was called Fedora Core after the name of one of the two main software repositories - Core and Extras.
The Fedora project distribute different variations called "Fedora Spins" with is Fedora with different Desktop Environment.
The current spins as of Fedora 28 that are featured on official Fedora site are Fedora KDE, Fedora XFCE, Fedora LXQT, Fedora Mate-Compiz, Fedora Cinnamon, Fedora LXDE, and Fedora SOAS.
This means that only the changes between the installed package and the new one are downloaded reducing network traffic and bandwidth consumption.
Users interested in the Rawhide branch often update on a daily basis and help troubleshoot problems.
Other desktop environments, including KDE Plasma, Xfce, LXDE, MATE and Cinnamon, are available and can be installed.
Flatpak is also supported by default, and support for Ubuntu's snaps can also be added.
Fedora Core contained all the base packages that were required by the operating system, as well as other packages that were distributed along with the installation CD/DVDs, and was maintained only by Red Hat developers.
Fedora Extras, the secondary repository that had been included since Fedora Core 3, was community-maintained and not distributed along with the installation CD/DVDs.
The Fedora AOS (Appliance Operating System) was a specialized spin of Fedora with reduced memory footprint for use in software appliances.