On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 1:00 PM, Josh Boyer wrote:
No, that isn't true.  Without wide adoption you may not have any
impetus for btrfs to get better.  However, it getting better is
dependent upon wider development, maintenance, and testing.  I'm not
sure we are in a position to actually do that, and that is the bulk of
my hesitation.  Throwing something upon Fedora users as a default with
the hopes that it will improve is pretty horrible in my opinion,
particularly if we aren't able to actually fix things they find.

Does Fedora or more specifically Red Hat have anyone working on Btrfs upstream that can help guide the path forward?  It can't be possibly be the right decision to let Btrfs be struck in the current position for too long.