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Thread: A Proposal Made To Revamp Fedora Linux

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdie View Post
    Wow, even Fedora people have realized Linux will die if it doesn't become stable.
    you are obviously a troll. Linux is probably the most stable OS out there. Otherwise it would not be used for most of all servers and for the vast majority of all supercomputers

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    Linux has a stable userland ABI and API since its earliest days.

    The article reeks of massive stupidity.

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    Default Who said ABI and API compatibility have at all been tarnished with the Linux kernel?

    "...like the Linux kernel specifically not being after API/ABI compatibility."
    ^Correct me if I'm wrong, but this is blatantly incorrect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by microcode View Post
    "...like the Linux kernel specifically not being after API/ABI compatibility."
    ^Correct me if I'm wrong, but this is blatantly incorrect.
    nothing but a vicious lie.

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    "* Make rawhide to be reliably installable and usable by developers by coherently introducing changes."

    Well... this is just plain old RETARDED. Like WTF retarded. It is in complete violation of the entire PURPOSE of rawhide. If you want a reliably installable and usable development ground, use Fedora NON-rawhide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by finalzone View Post
    Fedora is stable "testing ground" and daily usable. The instability issues are grossly exaggerated.
    Indeed.

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