Posted Oct 28, 2010 21:49 UTC (Thu) by brugolsky (subscriber, #28)
Parent article: The State of Conary
My biggest misgiving about Fedora is that it didn't adopt Conary. Fedora is fantastic in so many ways, but has long been hampered by a delivery/management model that makes it awkward to deploy. Red Hat is pushing hard into virtualization, and yet it seems that file-level granularity and Conary's separation of policy and mechanism is a much more natural fit for replicated environments like VMs and containers.