Fedora Core 6 now has an available Live CD. You can read the announcement posted to the fedora-announce-list.
Join the torrent and pass out a few copies to people you know.
From the announcement:
The live CD is currently only available for i386 architectures. Support
for other architectures including ppc and x86_64 is planned. The live cd
weighs around 682MB. Download from
SHA1SUM: 8771d21af1974492424438cbe42f1bae0161ea96 FC-6-i386-livecd-1.iso
or get on the Torrent using
Feedback can be given in Bugzilla; file a bug against the component you
have an issue with.. and make it block this tracker bug
if you believe it’s a live CD specific bug.
Don’t get burned on Christmas shopping, burn the gift of a live CD!
This live CD is built using a source code based on the pilgrim project.
This is an open project and participation is encouraged and appreciated.
See these documents on how to get involved hacking on the code and what
it’s all about
Participate on the Fedora Live CD mailing list and the Wiki page to make
the Fedora live CD experience even better
The livecd-tools and fedora-livecd packages, which is required to
rebuild the live CD, have just been submitted to Fedora Extras, see
for details. Until these packages are in Extras, you can grab source and
binary i386 packages from here
and start cranking out your own live CD’s.
Thanks and a merry Christmas break to everyone!
I have a feeling there will be quite a few people interested in hacking this live cd. It also presents an opportunity to spread exposure of Fedora to those unwilling or unable to wipe their proprietary os to give Fedora a spin.