It's like the American Ninja Warrior of critiques.
They're defending us from Space Nazis
It's just like the internet is the new bible.
RHEL's lag times are fine by me. While I don't work with a giant-multinational corporation, enterprise stability is still of utmost priority to my staff and I. We like that while RHEL stays on top of security issues, they do not make frequent jumps to newer application releases without significant warning.
As far as RHN, if you don't like paying for support, use CentOS. We do for our development and testing environment, and can be assure that it will stay in sync, once the base platform port occurs.
For desktops, our devs use whatever makes them happy. I'm running Fedora 14 right now, and several others are using various debian-sourced releases.
I think the real detriment, as mentioned earlier, was the growing lack of diversity in the distribution sphere.
I clicked on the link to the Web O' Wonder in Firefox 4 beta 12 on fedora 14... it crashed immediately.
Are they attempting to say that Firefox 4 hearkens back to memories of windows 98?
The Grammy was actually won for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s), but hey, when has accuracy in reporting been
Why do you assume it has to be manually distributed? CRL and Certificates could be distributed through any enterprise desktop management system, such as SCCM or remediation managers such as Hercules.
Link to Original Source
Zork. Or maybe Q-Bert
Now if they can just get the idiots that call me and tell me my car warranty is about to expire on a regular basis, despite me repeatedly telling them to take me off their list AND my phone number being on the do-not-call registry, I'd be happy.