Still, I am a bit worried about what is going on with Pottering/RedHat.
As I understand it they have come to the conclusion that "Linux is not Unix" and they seem to take that as a sign that they can go ahead an ignore the lessons learned from Unix.
I mean, if you just decide to ignore those lessons to make it easier for you self, or to make it easier to satisfy all your customers needs, without having something structurally better in mind, you could easily end up with remake of a static, non modular clone of Windows 98.
In my opinion quality, robustness and security is what matters most, and the motivation to be first to market and all that is not what made Unix/Linux a superior platform.
Of course, I'm on a bit of a stretch here. I'm not saying this is what is happening. Hopefully I'm wrong about this.