It's just like Medibuntu for Ubuntu, or PLF (Penguin Liberation Front) for Mandriva, or Pacman/Videolan for Suse. Just houses packages that the distribution wont package (codecs, non-free drivers, etc.). Basically RPMFusion combined Freshrpms, Atrpms, and Livna to avoid users installing from both and mucking up their systems. So it does simplify install for the users, but doesn't automate anything.
Originally Posted by mr.farenheit
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