On Sun, Dec 9, 2012 at 12:21 AM, Jukka Ruohonen <jruohonen(a)iki.fi> wrote:
Quite easy. Ubuntu LTS succeeds where Fedora (and normal Ubuntu)
Moreover, extending the support cycle to five years was a brilliant move
from Ubuntu. Red Hat and its derivatives do not really compete in the same
I too used to use Fedora but the so-called innovation is too demanding to
keep up with.
Ubuntu is on the verge of pissing away years of goodwill by
a. Making a bizarre fork of GNOME 3 its default desktop
b. Integrating an app store, a music store and Amazon search into said desktop
c. Releasing a 12.10 that just barely functioned on some configurations.
They've also been slowly backing away from their commitments over the
years. They used to ship free install media; they don't any more.
They've even got a $16 "suggested donation" form on their download
page. I have no confidence that the 10.04 LTS support will be there
now that there's a 12.04 LTS.
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How the Hell can the lion sleep with all those people singing "A weem
oh way!" at the top of their lungs?