"This has to be one of the most underwhelming Fedora releases in a long, long time. It features a most uniquely stupid installation and a sensationally buggy live session, plus a fairly bland post-install experience, with not a single exciting thing to set it apart from so many other distributions. The Spherical Cow is boring at best, completely borked otherwise.
Even if you ignore the installation woes, which really make me wish I had a pneumatic nail gun and could staple some fingers through a keyboard, you still have a system that won't print to network shares or play music. And it won't display any desktop effects, plus it's rather hungry. All that used to be Fedora is so messed up this time, it's crazy."
Orbmiser wrote:Yep some of the negativity comes from just too rushed to release and buggy?
That is the impression I'm getting from what I have read around so far.
"If being a beta tester is not for you, consider using something else."
Wolfen69 wrote:Fedora exists for Red Hat. It never claimed to be a rock solid distro made for the average person. New things are introduced into Fedora, and after enough testing, might make it into Red Hat. If being a beta tester is not for you, consider using something else.
Orbmiser wrote:"If being a beta tester is not for you, consider using something else."
Wasn't considering it for myself. Those quotes were from others.
And being a full number release don't think that means Beta version?
Just sharing the news making it available to other's that may be considering it.
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