"Every year or so, there's a new Linux distro darling. Last
year's was Ubuntu, and I've lost track of what this year's favorite
penguin might be. But a lot of newcomers to Linux seem to get the
impression that a new distro is better than an older package
because there'll be more attention paid to new technologies and
easier user interfaces. In fact, pretty much the opposite is
"For example, I'm a Fedora moonie. I don't hate any of the
others, but Fedora got me way back in Version 3, and now that we're
at 9 it's just getting better..."
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