Linked by David Adams on Sun 7th Sep 2008 05:12 UTC, submitted by computerishcat
Graphics, User Interfaces Now that the second deadline for Fedora 10 themes has been reached, the remaining theme proposals have matured and gotten much, much better. At this point, it is clear that no matter what theme is chosen, Fedora 10 will look great. Still, all themes are not equal. These are some of the best, though.
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RE[3]: Gave up on Fedora
by OMRebel on Mon 8th Sep 2008 14:29 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Gave up on Fedora"
OMRebel
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Don't take this the wrong way, but that's why you always get a support agreement with any OS that you run in a live, production environment. Whether that OS is Windows, Linux, or Mac - you should always have a contract in which you can contact someone that is a bit more expert than yourself on matters. I don't think I'd ever run a community distro in a "production" environment because of that. I do run Ubuntu on my laptop and desktop at home, but wouldn't do such a thing in the workplace. Chances are, there is always going to be a problem that you don't know the answer to, and you'll need help. That's where that support contract comes into play. It would have made up for the cost that you spent 20 straight hours working on.

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