Now then, as Red Hat has to do all these things to make Fedora worty of doing enterprise work, how is stressing the Fedora development going to ensure endusers will even be able to use Fedora as a Linux distribution for their daily computing needs?
Even so; it can't even keep Empathy from crashing on a daily basis. And that is the nature of Fedora and the bleeding edge is what I like and want and I know what comes along with it. But if the QA isn't going to work for this new mentality then I don't know if I can still use Fedora. The sad reality is that if Fedora would become even more fragile than I have to go back to Ubuntu or find myself once again another distro.Besides Fedora updates on a daily basis is because updates currently are not limited to security and bug fixes but new features as well. That might change for the upcoming release but getting a release out on time is not something to be so critical about. It is a good thing.