I didn't mention this in time to even discuss whether it'd
make a good
addition to the release notes, but I think users will be happy to see
that Fedora 38 Workstation boots faster and uses less baseline memory
(measured from a session logged in to GNOME with only a terminal
application running to get the output of the "free" command).
Interesting. Can you pin down from you analysis where the difference comes from,
especially in user-space? I'm asking for a friend :-)
... the point being: Do upgrades profit as well, or should we review systemd services at
boot which might remain from F37 after upgrade for new defaults?