Fedora - time to blink

Craig White craigwhite at azapple.com
Fri Nov 25 01:21:21 UTC 2011

On Thu, 2011-11-24 at 22:25 +0000, JB wrote:
> The above mentioned stats (see other thread) reflect that; that they show
> almost half of Fedora sites migrated to other distros/OSs is not so
> surprsising considering its "test system OS" state, but that a similar size
> flight affected RH products confirms exactly what I say about the flawed
> products offering model.
people come, people go, people come back too. Such is the life of a
world with free choices.
> Clearly, there is a need for a RH-base distro product that would fill in
> the void with a more current kernel AND reasonably stable base and user apps.
> The current combo of RH products and Fedora does not fit into reality of
> users expectations.
That you could extrapolate your and a handful of others opinions into
something great is the act of a fool / a troll as some have already
> As you see, apparently there is also an issue of quality of service.
> The so called "smart money" has already left, the other half of the herd is
> running towards the cliff, making themselves irrelevant as a product (Fedora).
bye - don't let the door hit you on the way out.
> That's why I said it here and in the other (stats) thread it is time to blink
> and reconstitute RH-controlled Fedora project for the new goal.
> Yes, it is time to catch up with reality.
How can you be so arrogant to presume that you can cause a fundamental
shift in Fedora without even bothering to be directly involved with the
project itself? Believe it or not, there actually is a governing board
and a structure of developers who actually invest their time and energy
into making Fedora whatever Fedora is and yours is just a peanut gallery

You are largely irrelevant, somewhat absurd and probably best ignored -
sorry, I tried.


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