"Fedora 14, released Tuesday, has quite a bit of new stuff under
the hood - things you probably won't notice most unless you're a
systems admin or use Fedora for development.
"For Fedora this is business as usual and, many would argue, the
way it should be. After all, the latest UI bling is useless if the
underlying system isn't delivering the tools you need on a rock
"It also makes a nice contrast to Canonical's Ubuntu, which has
a habit of taking Fedora's upstream contributions, wrapping them in
a prettier package and stealing the limelight."
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