I tried to switch to fedora, but it has a driver bug which ubuntu does not have, basicly pulseaudio crashes after 2 minutes playing sound with a usb-soundcard, that works perfektly under windows and under ubuntu.
I wrote a bug report since 2 weeks or so no answer... thats a nogo then...
I principaly like fedora a bit, basicly because they choose gnome-shell as their default shell and because their developers care more about free software and upstream... but if this distri is more bleeding edge (very recent versions of software included) they should at least react fast to such bugreports, at least at the same speed ubuntu devs do... else they just do a bad job... because what does somebody can do with a bit faster system when it has more bugs... Sorry but I dont get who such basic functionality and if this card dont work shure there are 100 others with the same chipset that dont work, too, and such bug gets then in the release and if a few people write a bug report there is no reactions for weeks?
Sorry if thats not getting better I have to wait to a new debian-based distro or a ubuntu fork or something like that. or gnome-shell edition of ubuntu. or keep using ppas...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metric_systemThe United States is the only industrialized country that does not use the metric system as its official system of measurement, although the metric system has been officially sanctioned for use there since 1866. Although the United Kingdom committed to officially adopting the metric system for many measurement applications, it is still not in universal use there and the customary imperial system is still in common and widespread use.
I know for a fact that Canada has been using Metric since the '70s. Everything in kilometres and degrees where water freezes at zero.
You are indeed correct that you can type sftp://user@address in the location bar (which is hidden by default) and connect to another machine. But this is not exactly the same as how Nautilus handles it by having an easily accessible prompt to put your information in. Though to be fair, pcmanfm does not have one either.
Never the less, this is a indeed bug and should be reported and fixed.