chrismurphy added a new comment to an issue you are following:
Btrfs has been deprecated
RHEL depends on rather old kernels, and they have literally no Btrfs developers in five
years, so it's a huge PITA to be constantly backporting to support something for ~10
years. This dilemma doesn't apply at all to Fedora.
Red Hat as benefactor to and beneficiary of Fedora, puts itself in a better long term
position by encouraging more broad storage knowledge base and usage in Fedora. Fedora
mimicking Red hat is the path to sclerosis, boredom, and irrelevancy.
If anything, Fedora should further encourage Btrfs usage where it makes sense. Aside from
an install time fs choice, there are a number of ways Btrfs could help make for easier,
faster, more stable live images, compose times, and user experience.
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