We recognize that many people do not have sufficient bandwidth to easily download an entire operating system. This is one of the reasons that the Trademark Guidelines are written to allow third parties to sell physical media containing Fedora Core, as long as they comply with the guidelines.
Of course, allowing this solves only half the problem. The other half is making the vendors easy to find. Therefore, we are providing a list of some third-party vendors who offer Fedora Core on physical media. We are doing this without providing any guarantees in regards to the media sold by these vendors. (However, the Trademark Guidelines do require that the vendors themselves warranty the media that they sell and that a statement about the warranty be readily available.)
We are happy to help Fedora Core users by providing information about providers of physical media. However, we disclaim all responsibility for the media sold by these third parties. We reserve the right to remove from the list, or not add to the list, any vendors who, in our sole determination, are not abiding by the Trademark Guidelines or fulfilling their obligations to the community.
If you prefer to order media online, see the OnlineVendors page.
If you wish to have your company listed as a third party vendor of Fedora Core, or if you need to update your listing, please notify us:
#!html <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Local Vendor List Modification">email@example.com</a>
Include your business name, location (city, state/province, and country), whether or not you offer support for Fedora, and contact information. You are not required to offer online sales, but a URL for your business will help customers learn who you are and build trust. Remember, we do reserve the right to refuse or modify any listing at any time.
|Following Geographical Region is based on UN's Geographical Region|
- Italy - Michele De Blasiis , Antonio Silvani 32, 00139 Roma, Italy