> These release notes embody the reason why we (Linux evangelists) are constantly struggling to convince businesses that Linux is a "professional" quality system.
This is not even wrong. Linux is not a system. Fedora, Redhat, Android, etc. are operating systems with brand recognition and widely different quality expectations.
If some businesses are not clued enough to make that kind of difference then you should probably stop wasting your time with them, they'll soon become irrelevant anyway. Open source really does not need any "desperate evangelism" any more. http://www.h-online.com/open/features/We-won-and-we-didn-...
BTW, I like Fedora for workstations but I would not recommend it for a server. Not because it's not professional but because of the feature/stability trade-off.