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Old 09-02-2010, 09:57 PM
Kara Schiltz
 
Default A Guide to Today's Top 10 Linux Distributions

PC World
9.2.10

A Guide to Today's Top 10 Linux Distributions
By Katherine Noyes

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*2. Fedora*

Fedora is the free version of Red Hat, whose RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise
Linux
<http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/192929/red_hat_focuses_new_rhel_55_on_multicore.html>)
has been a commercial product since 2003. Because of that close
connection, Fedora is particularly strong on enterprise features, and it
often offers them before RHEL does.

Fedora also offers a six-month release schedule, and its security
features
<http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/202452/why_linux_is_more_secure_than_windows.html>
are excellent. While some have viewed it as a cutting-edge distro for
the Linux "hobbyist," I think improvements over the years and widespread
popularity have combined to make it a good choice for newer Linux users
as well.


Full article:
http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/204767/a_guide_to_todays_top_10_linux_distributions.html? tk=hp_new



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Old 09-03-2010, 02:40 AM
Ankur Sinha
 
Default A Guide to Today's Top 10 Linux Distributions

On Thu, 2010-09-02 at 17:57 -0400, Kara Schiltz wrote:
> PC World
> 9.2.10
>
> A Guide to Today's Top 10 Linux Distributions
> By Katherine Noyes
>
> [clip]
>
>
> *2. Fedora*
>
> Fedora is the free version of Red Hat, whose RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise
> Linux
> <http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/192929/red_hat_focuses_new_rhel_55_on_multicore.html>)
> has been a commercial product since 2003. Because of that close
> connection, Fedora is particularly strong on enterprise features, and it
> often offers them before RHEL does.
>
> Fedora also offers a six-month release schedule, and its security
> features
> <http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/202452/why_linux_is_more_secure_than_windows.html>
> are excellent. While some have viewed it as a cutting-edge distro for
> the Linux "hobbyist," I think improvements over the years and widespread
> popularity have combined to make it a good choice for newer Linux users
> as well.
>
>
> Full article:
> http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/204767/a_guide_to_todays_top_10_linux_distributions.html? tk=hp_new
>
>
>

On #1 Ubuntu, they say:

..
.....
" Founded by South African millionaire Mark Shuttleworth, Canonical--the
company behind Ubuntu--for many years shipped Ubuntu CDs to interested
users for free, thus speeding its market penetration."
......
..


/me wonders what we can do to speed market penetration (OTHER than ship
free CDs)

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Old 09-03-2010, 09:21 AM
Rahul Sundaram
 
Default A Guide to Today's Top 10 Linux Distributions

On 09/03/2010 08:10 AM, Ankur Sinha wrote:
> /me wonders what we can do to speed market penetration (OTHER than ship
> free CDs)

These are the things we are trying to do now:

* Improve quality of releases and in particular avoid update regressions
* Have a consistent update policy
* Avoid release slips
* Launch Fedora Insight
* Determine governance changes via discussions online and FAD
* Redesign Fedora websites to be more appealing

Rahul


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