Honestly, I disagree. RedHat as a company provides a lot to the community. Think of e.g. Dan Williams work on NM, that is used by all (including competeting) distros end most users. I, personally, think of using fedora as "beta testing" red hat in a way that means: If I report a bug, eventually Red Hat can improve its product. The conclusion: As long as there are no real regressions in community bugfixing, I think all those bug reports are a little price compared to what "we" consume. regards christoph ps: the slowness ... yes, I know. Somebody should really fix this...
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