You are somewhat correct, but what i have noticed is that there is a great
difference between FC6 and fedora 7. so as far as GNU/Linux distributions
are concerned, we are moving towards a new maturity. Now our goal should not
be to make each release revolutionary but how to make each one of them
according to our community standards and how to improve our selves that
would in the true means would be revolutionary!
On 6/7/07, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
"If these comments seem to nitpick or damn with faint praise, they also
reflect the growing maturity of major distributions like Fedora. For the
most part, Fedora 7 is a polished and stable distribution that almost
anyone can use -- but it is by no means a revolutionary departure from
earlier releases. The trouble is that, these days, there is simply less
to say about most distributions -- and that, in itself, gives the lie to
any claims that GNU/Linux is not ready for the desktop."
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