Is there a good reason for a developer to run Fedora unless they work in a Redhat shop?


@tomosaigon I developed on Fedora for many years. It's ahead of the curve in terms of adoption of future trends, yet sufficiently stable. You can get fixes much faster than on more conservative distributions. It's a good distribution in general.

That said, I recently moved to Mint due to dissatisfaction with Fedora's QC. I feel like they used to do better, and that it's gone downhill. Though maybe I was just hit with issues I actually care about.

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