The crack about Fedora and install conflict errors isn't fair. Or rather, it's perfectly fair
to one who recognizes the typical dry humor of our editor and who knows that Rawhide is the
built-daily Fedora development tree not designed for end-user consumption. The casual reader,
however, should not leave with the assumption that the production version of Fedora is ridden
with package management errors -- it's neither true, nor what the article means to say.