Fedora 23 : An Impressive Release

The linux.com portal has published a small review of recently released Fedora 23. This review remarks Fedora 23 as an impressive release and also observes that, Fedora is continuing it's journey as a leader and innovator in open source world.

Fedora has a special place in my heart and life: It was the first Linux-based operating system that I ever used. But that's not the only reason it's special. Fedora developers are also among the top contributors to many open source projects; they do all of their work upstream. In most cases they are the upstream.

As you already know Fedora has split into three versions: workstation, server and cloud. One big advantage here is that now you get a lean and mean Fedora which doesn't come with the unnecessary bloat of packages: you get what you need.

Read complete review in linux.com portal.

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