Chris Jones wrote:
Freedom doesn't consist of telling other people what they want. It is
about everyone having choices.
Indeed. You have the choice not to use Fedora, if you don't like the
choices it has taken as a community of users.
And I don't, other than as a curiosity.
You are free to use
another distro that fits your expectations of stability, such as Centros.
I do, wherever Linux can be used at all - but Centos inherits most of
the problems from fedora and thus can't be used in many situations either.
Why you persist in trying to suggest Fedora should turn into something
it doesn't want to be, and extremely unlikely to ever be, is beyond me.
I guess my expectations were set badly back in the early RH days when
the experimental branch of the kernel wasn't used and versions were
supported and fixed with ongoing point releases. Fedora has turned out
to be one of those things like someone giving you a puppy that looks
cute but you can't afford the upkeep and then you find out it doesn't
play well with others.