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Fedora is focused on innovation and leading the progress of free and open source software. This doesn't sit well with the idea of maintaining the same release for a long period of time. For that I would recommend using Red Hat Enterprise Linux or a rebuild of it and I believe this is the project's position as well. RHEL is part of the Fedora family of distributions and is a Fedora derivative with a focus on long term. Of course, you would lose some of the newer changes when you pick that option but that is part of the trade-off you are making. You can't get the very latest software and still have it be maintained for a long time as well.