Hi - I'm delivering remote training in various technologies and i've build a VM image based on Bodhi to support this. it has the necessary development environments set up, git, libraries, an editor that supports remote pair programming, basically a known environment for our students to work in. I like using Bodhi for this -- it's lightweight, not a huge VM download, all that. I'd like to make these images available to a wider audience as they may be useful to someone else. Here's my question -- is a fork and separate distro based on remote education appropriate? What licensing considerations do I have if I distribute just the virtualbox/vmware images? Anyone have any ideas on how best to approach this?