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Fedora mulls ARM as a primary architecture

Fedora mulls ARM as a primary architecture

Posted Mar 22, 2012 4:50 UTC (Thu) by rahulsundaram (subscriber, #21946)
In reply to: Fedora mulls ARM as a primary architecture by yarikoptic
Parent article: Fedora mulls ARM as a primary architecture

Yep. Fedora has no interest in being another Debian. Debian does that job just fine. Fedora goals are very different and where the focus lies, Fedora does the job better than anyone else including being at the forefront of developing new technologies and bringing them to end users in a quick pace.


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Please remove your PR hat

Posted Mar 22, 2012 8:35 UTC (Thu) by rvfh (subscriber, #31018) [Link]

Are getting into PR lately? Fedora is not the only distribution "developing new technologies and bringing them to end users in a quick pace" and whether it is the best at doing so remains to be proven.

Please remove your PR hat

Posted Mar 22, 2012 11:47 UTC (Thu) by rahulsundaram (subscriber, #21946) [Link]

Do you have problems reading lately? I never said it was the only one and as for proof, the track record speaks for itself.

Please remove your PR hat

Posted Mar 22, 2012 15:56 UTC (Thu) by rvfh (subscriber, #31018) [Link]

I did not pretend that you said it was the only one.

You said: "Fedora does the job better than anyone else including being at the forefront of developing new technologies [blah, blah, blah...]" hence my remark that this remains to be proven.

Please remove your PR hat

Posted Mar 22, 2012 16:49 UTC (Thu) by JoeBuck (guest, #2330) [Link]

I don't think it would be hard to make the case that Fedora has been a leader in introducing any number of new technologies into GNU/Linux distributions. This sometimes makes Fedora a poor choice for users who aren't willing to put up with flakiness, as sometimes technologies are introduced before they are ready. But there really isn't much of a question about Fedora's leadership in that area.


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