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  1. Yes, because it was done that way deliberately. ...

    Yes, because it was done that way deliberately.

    dnf erase kernel deletes all packages called kernel
    dnf versus yum

    I like yum remove kernel's functionality, but I guess it's not going to stick...
  2. The bit of irony here is that it was Oracle that...

    The bit of irony here is that it was Oracle that ended up filing a lawsuit over patent claims on Java. Should everyone stop using Java because Oracle is a litigation-happy company?
  3. I don't think it means you won't get support....

    I don't think it means you won't get support. It's just that if you don't use the default DE in Fedora Workstation, the automatic bug reporting tool will be disabled. You can still file bugs...
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