Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 23rd Oct 2007 18:41 UTC, submitted by Rahul
Fedora Core "Not all major software versions carry the same weight. Consider the last two releases of the Fedora distribution. Fedora 7 offered little that was obvious to desktop users, despite some behind-the-scenes improvements and the opening of the release process to public scrutiny. By contrast, if Test 3 of Fedora 8 is any indication, the upcoming release, scheduled for next month, returns to the distribution's tradition of introducing a variety of innovations. Some of these innovations, like the new firewall tool, are minor, if still welcome. Others, like the IcedTea version of Java and Codec Buddy, are flawed, but may eventually find their way into other distributions."
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RE[3]: Rahul said it well
by RenatoRam on Wed 24th Oct 2007 08:00 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Rahul said it well"
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And they are not installed by default, albeit legal, because of the license policies of Fedora.

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