And we can address part of the 'update frequency' problem
by only checking for new updates once a week.
But one problem which we cannot address client-side, and for which 'do
nothing now and reassess later' will not help at all is the amount of
updates. Even if you only check once per week, the flood of pointless
updates is a problem. That is that part of the problem that we need to
address with Jon's 'establishing norms or rules to limit changes'.
In my view the problem is not in the updates themselves, but rather in the Fedora
specification of developing new software versions which should differ significantly from
the previous ones.
Who really needs all these distos to change at the 'speed of light in vacuum'.
New distros - yes, but not like this, and not so often.
Perhaps the new distro should be something like a compilation of the old distros with the
updates. In this way the problem with the compatibility of the distros would be solved as
For over 30 years of software monopoly on the market MS has all in all 9 OS, and within
less time some other people have 14.
Maybe this needs some interpretation.