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On Sat, Mar 19, 2011 at 5:56 AM, Fernando Cassia <[email protected]> wrote:
> I just think a frozen API is actually good, as it allows people to
> just fix crashing bugs and stop re-inventing the wheel and prevents
> feature creep and bloat...

I hope that you realise you are talking about Fedora? The project
goals for Fedora has always been to test the latest software and
technologies. This is a distro which even releases with beta versions
as the default browser for example (Firefox in F11). So if you expect
slow development you are welcome to use RHEL/Centos/Scientific Linux.

I don't like the new Gnome either, but I still think it should be
included. More testing and feedback (negative in this case) will
actually help it get to a place we as users would like it to be. The
KDE "fiasco" actually turned out very well after distros like Fedora
and SUSE stayed with it and helped sort out all the instabilities and
inconsistencies.

This is the nature of FOSS, and that is what makes it great. We as
users can actually influence the direction of the projects.

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Open source is the future. It sets us free.
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