Fedora’s Schrodinger’s Cat Linux gives coders claws for thought

In the world of Linux distros, in theory the beta version of Fedora 18 was slated for release in early October 2012; what we actually observed in practice was six rounds of delays until the end of November 2012 when the software finally emerged.

Why the tortured metaphor? Well, the new beta build of Fedora 19, codenamed Schrödinger’s Cat, appears to demonstrate that the Fedora project has managed to align theory and practice. [Not sure this analogy is working – sub-editor]