The first project using Moksha is Fedora Community, which is supposed to be a portal for Fedora users and developers to collaborate and better engage with one another. More information on the Moksha Project and Fedora Community can be found in the Red Hat mailing list announcement. Additionally, there is also the Moksha page.
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