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A very positive review from Distrowatch submitted by Chris Smart,
From the initial boot of the installer the system exuded a sense
of stability which filled me with confidence the more I used it.
The installer is probably the best I have ever used and is very
powerful while remaining simple to use. Top marks for that.
Overall, the default GNOME install of Fedora is very good and
(non-free software idiosyncrasies aside) as a Linux distribution
in itself I thought it was excellent. If what you are after is a
reliable, stable, easy-to-use yet powerful Linux distribution out
of the box, then Fedora fits the bill nicely.
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The article comes from here.
"Fedora 7, a.k.a. "Moonshine," released on May 31, is an odd duck. On
the one hand, it's hugely popular. If you need to be convinced of that,
take a look at the number of people viewing the officially-sanctioned
FedoraForum.org at any given time - as I write this, it's almost 7,000
people. Visit your local Barnes & Noble Booksellers (that's a big
bookstore chain in the U.S.) and you'll see quite a few books about
Fedora on the shelves. (This, by itself, is a big plus for Linux newbies
— Fedora may be the best-documented distro available)."
There will be lots of press articles today about Fedora 7. Let's try to
gather all the links together on the wiki.
There will be stuff on Digg and Slashdot, I would imagine. Let's keep
an eye out for it.
Congrats to everyone on the release! See fedora-announce-list for more.
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