Mad Penguin: A Quick Look at Fedora's Progress Toward Core 4
May 16, 2005, 17:30 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Adam Doxtater)
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"I normally don't review development releases of Linux
distributions, and technically this isn't a review so I guess I'm
not breaking my rule. It just seemed appropriate to give a sneak
peek of the latest Fedora test release to our readers after I had
taken a look at it last week. It's coming along nicely by the look
of it and deserves a quick look. So, don't come looking for a full
review. This isn't it. I'll just touch on some things I found
interesting in my trials.
"There's a lot of chatter that seems to focus on Red Hat/Fedora
in the Open Source community and if you don't believe me, take a
look at the member listing over at FedoraForum.org, the only
Fedora-endorsed support forum, and you'll get the idea..."