Originally posted by ug_the_caveman
But then the point of fedora afterall is to be the testing ground for the Red hat enterprise editions so its not at all suprising really if you think about it.
Exactly. But I see this as A Good Thing TM.
This in turn doesn't mean the OS is so bleeding edge that people will have no reason to use it as there main desktop -- after all that's the point of having multiple test releases beforehand.
Fedora with all its innovations is stable enough for general use and with resources such as this site
, mailing lists etc, problems can be identified and fixed as quickly as possible.