wounded in the line of duty
jmk, time to try CentOS 5 out. The only way I can explain your comment is that you left Red Hat in the 6.0 era and missed out on anything new :)
Plus, you are ignoring that Red Hat is the biggest single contributor to the kernel and Gnome, not Ubuntu. Red Hat leads by contribution most of the projects that comprise a Linux distribution and while I don't want to belittle all other contributions, which is vastly more, your comment does not give credit where credit is due, quite the opposite.
Red Hat does not directly focus the desktop, but indirectly does by means of Fedora. Saying that Red Hat has not done any improvements since the Red Hat 6.0 era is ridiculing all businesses that pay Red Hat for their services.
I can only advise you to work for a big company that is deploying Linux and look at their requirements, problems and solutions.
And yes, this article is about Enterprise Linux, not about Ubuntu desktop. I know that the dynamics are very different.
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