With my laptops updates finished last night, I'm finally ready to go green on setting up Fedora 12 on my desktop. Although I could always wait ~two weeks, I'd rather see how the system tkes the upgrade to Fedora 13. I'm also interested, to see how SWAT 4 and Raven Shield play with it, both in the client and server role.
The main thing that concerns me, is doing the install of Fedora ver the network. Generally speaking, I have had much better hardware support from modern BSDs then I have Linux distributions. On the other hand however, Fedora tends to be more 'cutting edge' and bloated to kingdom come, where as most distributions that I favour, tend to be more focused on stability and share my view points on minimalism. So hopefully, Fedora will take well to it.
In waiting for Dixie to sort the compiling, I spent much of it reading up on more of the finer details of Common Lisp, including CLTL. While I knew that modern lisp was a rather huge beast, I am now convinced that it must dwarf C++, in which case you have to take the C++ standard (and occasionally Cs) into sequence, along with Boost and numerous issues of developmental expertise. Most of which, I reckon, are rather learned by living with classy C++ code, or having to put up with shitty code when you know there's better.
Now where did I store my CD-Rs... lololololol