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<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 10/06/2014 08:45 AM, Ralf Corsepius
<blockquote cite="mid:54328EDB.email@example.com" type="cite">Let
me answer from the position of a mere user. It's not clear to me
why and when users should switch to BTRFS or xfs or else, nor am I
not interested in using anything which would potentially endanger
existing installations (So far, reports I am reading from openSUSE
users don't necessarily sound convincing).
In other words, you'd have to do a lot of marketing and convincing
work to persuade users to use BTRFS/xfs etc.
+1. BTRFS as the default is not ready for Fedora 23.<br>
However, there are some things that could be done to make it easier
for those of us who want to make it easier to install Fedora onto a
My point was that unless and until there is more support for BTRFS
by members of the Fedora Project, btrfs cannot be made the default.
That is, <b>IF</b> it makes sense to have it be the default.<br>