DistroWatch Weekly: Top Ten Distributions, Paris Spring, Red Hat desktop, Debian at the crossroads

Posted by dave on Mar 26, 2007 1:35 AM EDT
DistroWatch.com; By Ladislav Bodnar
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Welcome to this year's 13th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! As expected, the developers of the Ubuntu family of Linux distributions announced their beta releases late last week, edging towards that last month of intensive debugging before the final release. Other distributions are also hard at work: Mandriva has announced details about the upcoming Mandriva 2007 "Spring", KNOPPIX has delivered a new CeBIT DVD to the attendees of the popular show in Hannover, and Fedora is expected to publish its third development build, version 7 test3, in just a few days. In other news, Red Hat unveils plans for a new desktop distribution, Ian Murdoch criticises the project he founded for lacking strong leadership, and François Bancilhon is dismayed by the decision of the French Assemblée Nationale to choose Ubuntu over Mandriva for its Windows-to-Linux migration. More details below, so enjoy this week's issue DistroWatch Weekly and don't forget to share your opinions in the forum below!

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... yet, before conclusion of DW's Deb at XRoads vainrveenr 0 730 Mar 26, 2007 9:32 AM

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