[In The News] Review: Beefy Fedora could use a dash of miracle whip

Jason Brooks jbrooks at redhat.com
Fri Apr 20 15:21:46 UTC 2012

"If you’re called Beefy Miracle, you better pack a punch. And when the
Fedora crew christened their next Linux desktop, that was certainly the

"On the menu was 'over and under the bun improvements that show off the
power and flexibility of the advancing state of free software.'

"While Fedora 17 is certainly beefy, what's been delivered with this
first and only beta is not particularly miraculous.

"Among the more noticeable changes is GNOME 3.4, the latest version of
the GNOME 3 desktop. While the Fedora DVD still ships with a variety of
desktops, the live CD defaults to GNOME and for some time now Fedora has
served as a showcase for the development of GNOME 3."


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