On Tue, Oct 8, 2019 at 3:42 PM John M. Harris, Jr. <johnmh(a)splentity.com>
We could simply stop doing projects that throw wildly different
of software into a single installation, which causes this issue.
What you don't seem to appreciate, based on your comments in this thread
and others over the past couple of months, is that Fedora is a fast-moving
distribution by default. That's (the distribution) Fedora's niche. Fedora
(the community) is also largely driven by volunteers, who each have their
own reasons for contributing to the project.
Finding the right balance of forward-leaning and features first, which
still focusing on usability is a hard problem to solve. The proverbial
pendulum does swing back and forth between "things are moving too quickly,
and things are broken because of it" and "things aren't moving quickly
enough" quite a bit. But to "stop doing projects", to use your words, is
not what Fedora is known for.