Originally Posted by thunderkyss
Is there something in particular that you're looking forward to F13?
I'm new to this Linux thing, I'm still on F10..... I don't understand what's up with the frequent updates.
If you are new and learning you can have an old Fedora to use as a stable system and dual boot the f13 alpha.
The trick is to follow the formal Fedora lists and chatter, otherwise you will not know what is coming at you.
The f14 early brach is something new. Many on that will be surprised later when it turns into a boiling pot of bloody fur. It works now because it is still a lot of f13 and not so much new feature stuff.
Stick with either f13 branched to follow alpha and get updated by the fedora-release package to switch to beta,
This will get you only updates that are under the eyeballs of the release engineers to make f13 work when released.
Or just do f13 and it works somewhat like the old rawhide, fedora repo and updates-testing.
When f13 is released, f14 will be branched from rawhide and become just like f13 is now.
Rawhide will become f15. Rawhide will never go pass an pre-alpha status.