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Re: want to prevent people from making mistakes?



Richard England wrote:
Linuxguy123 wrote:
On Sat, 2008-12-06 at 10:16 -0800, Richard England wrote:
Jose Celestino wrote:

FWIW, F10 is working fine on two systems here, one a self built, the other is an older Toshiba Satellite laptop. I have yet to encounter any of the issues that Fred has.

So because it works fine on your *2* systems, its a good release ?

For the record, I have zero problems with the networking stuff that
people are complaining about and dual displays work excellent for me,
day in and day out.
That doesn't mean I think those features are great for everyone.

Not at all. But anyone new to a forum like this will get the idea that 1,2,even 10 people with problems will reflect the stability or overall usefulness of a release. My posting was an attempt to point out that the release works for some and not for others. It is the nature of Fedora to stretch the limits and issues are going to arise.

When a release does _not_ work, file a bug report, ask for assistance and if you can't get it to function, find a work around or, if you must, move to another (for you) more stable release of Fedora or another release altogether.

Telling everyone that the release is non-functional and should be recalled is not productive and wastes everyone's bandwidth.

~~R


BTW, be careful with the attribution of statements. From the above editing it appears that Joe Celestino made the comments that were made by me. Some people become very upset by this (and at time, justifiably so).

~~R


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