Latest issue of distrowatch weekly features a review of recently released Fedora 23. This review remarks that Fedora 23 work well and despite of few issues, Dev Assistant and Software manager are great tools. Also this review softly criticize unavailability of multimedia codes in default installation.
The Fedora distribution is a Red Hat sponsored community project which regularly ships with some of the latest software the open source community has to offer. The most recent release of the distribution, Fedora 23, features GNOME 3.18, LibreOffice 5, version 4.2 of the Linux kernel and the ability to access Google Drive from the GNOME file manager. This release also features packages built with security hardening features like address space layout randomization (ASLR) which makes it more difficult to exploit vulnerabilities in software. In addition, Fedora has almost entirely migrated from Python 2 to Python 3 with all core utilities such as the Anaconda system installer now using Python 3. A full list of changes can be found in the Fedora 23 release notes.Read complete review in distrowatch weekly