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  1. Essentially they still don't. Having said that,...

    Essentially they still don't. Having said that, something being used by millions of devices requires some level of pragmatic compromises.
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    spins.fedoraproject.org is listed right there in...

    spins.fedoraproject.org is listed right there in the release announcement.
  3. A proprietary and commercial tool for Canonical...

    A proprietary and commercial tool for Canonical customers doesn't fix the problem for general Linux users. It needs to be open source and usable across major distributions for wider adoption.
  4. Adam addressed the other points already but I...

    Adam addressed the other points already but I wanted to note that this example isn't really a good one. Fedora contributors have been working on migrating a number of tools over the last several...
  5. If you want that, you already have Arch Linux etc...

    If you want that, you already have Arch Linux etc but that is a trade off. Do you want your desktop environment automatically upgraded to the very latest release? Some people will like that but it...
  6. I wouldn't claim that. It would have been...

    I wouldn't claim that. It would have been possible to deliver the changes but certain teams wanted more time to do it in a less hurried fashion and that request was granted. It was a pretty...
  7. They can access both the debuginfo as well as run...

    They can access both the debuginfo as well as run through the debugger graphically depending on whether you are capturing a crash or recording an interaction to capture that data. Both are useful...
  8. The tools need the debugger to be available by...

    The tools need the debugger to be available by default similar to how a mimimal amount of debug info is built-in for Fedora/RHEL RPM packages for use by the automated tools even though end users are...
  9. Users don't have to manually interpret anything...

    Users don't have to manually interpret anything here. Tools like abrt in Fedora automate the process.
  10. False dichotomy. "Ordinary users" in Linux can...

    False dichotomy. "Ordinary users" in Linux can and do report bugs. This is why Fedora has some minimal debugging metadata in all the packages for example. Also developmental debugging isn't not...
  11. Regardless of the capabalities, these are not...

    Regardless of the capabalities, these are not really equivalents. GTK Inspector is part of every GTK installation. Not something you need or want a seperate IDE for.
  12. No. Qt Creator is the equivalent of Glade in...

    No. Qt Creator is the equivalent of Glade in GTK. It is useful for designing the graphical interface. It is not a graphical debugger. Afaik, there is no equivalent in Qt for the GTK inspector.
  13. It is perfectly fine for SUSE developers to go...

    It is perfectly fine for SUSE developers to go ahead. Their marketing is oriented towards being "first" while Red Hat deliberately doesn't take that apprach and in this case, the merged effort is...
  14. I use it for my work machine and never had any...

    I use it for my work machine and never had any problems however if you don't want to spend any time on updating the OS, any OS that has a new release about twice an year may not be the best fit for...
  15. Fedora has a number of static libraries and...

    Fedora has a number of static libraries and bundled libraries as well but Fedora tries to avoid it just like any mainstream distribution does. It is not followed blindly in all circumstances as you...
  16. Why would you need a copr repository? It is...

    Why would you need a copr repository? It is already in the regular repo

    https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2014-7118/mesa-10.1.5-1.20140607.fc20
  17. Really? Are those lunatics aware that Lennart...

    Really? Are those lunatics aware that Lennart isn't the maintainer of PulseAudio for years now?
  18. But it is. You can throw a bunch of links and...

    But it is. You can throw a bunch of links and random insults but at the end of the day, that is all you have. An opinion. Nothing more. Critical thinking would involve doing your own thinking and...
  19. This is already addressed. The metadata...

    This is already addressed. The metadata extraction tools caches the images in a distribution repository and does not actually fetch them from random sites when you use the app. This is done for both...
  20. Opinions are worth something if you back it up...

    Opinions are worth something if you back it up with data and do it in a convincing and constructive way. Drive by one liners that don't talk about anything else but a file format have a net negative...
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