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RE: Fedora's intended target audience?



Please someone buy this man a beer for voicing what I imaging a lot of us
are thinking, and I thoroughly agree with

For the record I'll be the LAST man to stand against progress, I run rawhide
almost fulltime on all my machines, love to contribute where I can and time
allows, have been a Red Hat user since 4.something if I remember correctly.
So no I'm an avid fan of progress and development of the platform!

However to take away the -choice- of upgrading to a new platform from the
(assumingly) unsuspecting users of Fedora, is something that rubs me the
wrong way.

If their better served by Xorg 7.1 (which by all accounts I hear a lot might
be), then download Fedora Core test2 and give it a spin! This is where they
expect the new developments and releases to take place, not sneaked thru in
some updates

I thought Linux was all about choice .. so why are we arguing about taking
away this choice?

... I'm puzzled ...


-----Original Message-----
From: fedora-devel-list-bounces redhat com
[mailto:fedora-devel-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Dennis
Jacobfeuerborn
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2006 21:31
To: Development discussions related to Fedora Core
Subject: Re: Fedora's intended target audience?

Users who want this support are free to upgrade to FC6 once it's released. 
That's how new features are usually introduced, in new releases not in past 
ones.

Regards,
   Dennis


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