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Oh My Goddard! An Early Look at Fedora 13

May 20, 2010, 19:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"It might not have as much bling as Ubuntu, but Fedora still has a lot to offer. While the former focuses primarily on making life easier for new users (and generally does a great job at that), Fedora has been concentrating on the underlying technology and making the best possible entirely free operating system.

"Back in February this year, some important project-wide development changes came to the Fedora project. Currently, the development pace of Rawhide (Fedora's testing branch) slows the closer the project comes to a new release, slowing down the overall development pace of the project. This new development change will adopt a new approach, similar to that of Debian. Rawhide will always continue to be developed at breakneck speed, while a new testing branch will be created which will slow and in time become the new stable release. This will mean that future versions of Fedora to be managed even more efficiently, while allowing the project to continue developing at full speed."

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