Les Mikesell wrote:
Todd Denniston wrote:I don't think it is so much hostility as ambivalence.And there is nothing about the hostility to outside software.OK, if you describe fedora as 'user ambivalent', it at least makes the need for ubuntu to exist very clear.
I prefer the original definition which was effectively 'non-OSS, binary kernel blob and alike ambivalent' - You may disagree but many people, and I think Fedora in general, considers this to be good for the user, in the long run.
Ubuntu takes a different view point on what is good for the user, which seems to match yours better. I personally think we need both view points, and trying to suggest Fedora should become more like Ubuntu is a bad idea which will never happen.