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supine (94843) writes "When looking for on-site work it's easy enough to identify good websites and mailing lists that advertise jobs for the appropriate location. But when searching for purely teleworking positions, where do you turn? There doesn't appear to be anywhere specialising in this space nor any of the generic job sites offering this kind of search as a "feature". Even the search terms are hard to pin down as it's called everything from "teleworking" to "remote work" and "work from home". Anyone have any suggestions?"
Jack Malmostoso (899729) writes "Eric S. Raymond is pretty pissed at Fedora after "an attempt to upgrade one (1) package pitched me into a four-hour marathon of dependency chasing, at the end of which an attempt to get around a trivial file conflict rendered my system unusable.".
So, "After thirteen years as a loyal Red Hat and Fedora user" he decides to switch to Ubuntu, even though he "[is] not expecting Ubuntu to be perfect".
Will ESR be missed in the Fedora world? Or more importantly, will he be loved in the Ubuntu community?
The letter is published by linux.com: http://www.linux.com/article.pl?sid=07/02/21/13402 37"