Good day, everybody!!! Gloomy autumn days are heavily upon us with winter approaching quickly and temperatures dropping like crazy. I often looked up to the bird kind and felt a bit jealous of how they carelessly leave everything behind once summer is gone and leave to warmer places. Plus, they can fly!! Well, at least we've got our GPUs and monitors to keep us cosy during these awful, cold days. Of course, they alone would only comfort us physically, the software is the one that really puts a geeky smile on our faces.
Ubuntu was the first that made the cold season Tux collection, with Fedora following closely and openSUSE graciously touching the third place - I haven't tried the latter yet, but there's a lot of enthusiasm among users.
Today I am here to show you Fedora 16 - dubbed Verne. I am sure Mr. Jules would write an exciting story about brave distro hoppers, were he alive today.