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Old 19th July 2007, 10:44 PM
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I was bored

I think someone actually posted a link to this site some time ago.
I bookmarked it and never looked at it again, until now. Thought I'd put the link here. It's just nice to read something good about Fedora 7 amongst all the 'this or that doesn't work' and 'I'm going back to Gentoo', and 'what are those Fedora developers smoking?' posts. Plus the author seems to take an honest look at the differences between Fedora 7 and Ubuntu.
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