The Fedora Project was created in late 2003 when the Red hat was discontinued. Red Hat enterprise was to be the only Red Hat's supported Linux distribution. The name Fedora derives from Fedora Linux. It was a volunteer project that gave Red Hat Linux distribution extra software. Warren Togami began the fedora Linux as an undergraduate project in 2002. His intention was to provide a single repository for the well tested third party software packages so that none of the Red Hat software would be easier to find modify and use. The key Of Fedora Linux and Red Hat Linux was that Fedora's repository development would be collaborative with the global volunteer community. Before the launch of the fedora 7 fedora was called Fedora Core, because Of the two repositories.