does anyone use fedora? if so, why?
@engal I switch between Fedora and Ubuntu. Fedora gives that great "pure" feeling, assuming you like GNOME. Very up to date too, without needing work like Arch. It is a bit of a pain adding rpmfusion just to be able to watch youtube, though. And I don't much like rebooting for updates.
@engal yes, probably for the same reasons you have for using your favorite distro/os. Are you looking for a change, what is your use case?
I don't really have a favorite, I change distros every other week or something near it.
@engal Mostly because they package stuff without modifications (I can get GNOME as it is defined in upstream, for example).
@engal I do, because for me it's the easiest way to use a pure Gnome desktop
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