Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 6th Jul 2007 05:00 UTC, submitted by Rahul
Fedora Core Fedora 7 is a first class distro that demonstrates solid progress in improving the user experience, easing the move to virtualization and enabling the user to create their own custom spins with open source build tools, says this review. The same site had the opportunity to sit down face-to-face with Max Spevack, chairman of the Fedora project, at the Red Hat Summit in San Diego to talk about all things Fedora - the merger of Fedora Core and Extras, Fedora 7, and the road ahead.
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RE: Fedora popularity
by arctic on Fri 6th Jul 2007 21:19 UTC in reply to "Fedora popularity"
arctic
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2006-04-19

You guys are funny. A distros popularity is not measured by clickety-clikcing at distrowatch or the number of posts at OSNews. The distros with high post numbers are simply the most controversial, if you ask me.

I use Fedora and rarely post here anymore as I don't see any reason to participate in those endless distro-wars that some people enjoy. I simply use my computer for work. And when I don't use it at work, then I take care of my family. Way more important than a simple distro.

Message to all: Use what works for you, but please stop spreading nonsense and wasting time in useless discussions.

JMHO

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