On 06/29/2009 03:48 PM, Peter Lemenkov wrote:
> 2009/6/29 Matthias Clasen <mclasen(a)redhat.com>:
>> Hey all,
>> we'd like to announce the 'Fit and Finish' initiative for Fedora,
>> with the goal to improve the user experience of the Fedora
> If you wish to improve *user* experience, then you should focus
> entirely on actual Fedora releases rather than on Rawhide. However
> I see that in testing days you still encourage only users with
> up-to-date Rawhide installations. That's not an option for wide
> audience, and, therefore this initiative will be doomed.
These aren't typically the sort of issues you can fix in a running
release. UI is one of those things we expect to remain stable through
the cycle. Woe to he who removes the bugs the user has gotten used
You could always test F11 and fix in F12, of course. Best of both worlds?