Linux DevCenter: Where Fedora Went Wrong
Mar 23, 2007, 21:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Last month Eric S. Raymond made a public announcement on the
Fedora developer's list that he was giving up on Fedora Core and
that from now on Ubuntu is his distribution of choice. Actually it
was more of a rant than an announcement. ESR's scatter shot attack
on Fedora was wrong in more ways than I care to comment about here.
Chromatic did a nice job of attacking the rant on several key
points. He also pointed out quite correctly that ESR's
accomplishments as an Open Source activist didn't make his changing
"The reason I'm not simply ignoring ESR is that he did point out
a real problem with Fedora Core, one which I also noted in my
review of Fedora Core 5 last year..."