I don't think 2. or 3. are exactly it - as Dennis said, it's more that people are in general more likely to pull in code via a variety of new, non-distribution-repository channels than they were in the past. That includes COPRs/PPAs - but also things like dockerfiles (and other similar container-ish bits), and language-related channels like rubygems, pip and Composer (well, for ones like Composer the projects use the mechanism and the users download big tarballs, but it's kinda the same thing).
Whether distributions see this as a 'problem' sort of comes down to perspective, but it's worth noting it's something people have been claiming Linux should be doing for years...
#Pinos is for video what #PulseAudio is for sound.
I am an avid user of Fedora 22 design suite. I am beginning to love the stability of Fedora 22 Gnome 64 bit design suite. Guys keep up the good work. Make Fedora easy to use and understand for new Linux users now I am beginning to understand the commands and loving the OS as a whole. I just switch from Ubuntu to Fedora 22 for 3 months now. I am feeling the ease of use and after fiddling for a few, it became the OS that I am beginning to love and understand. Fiddle it once and you never fiddle with it again. One enterprise RPM Linux for a new user to use.
Good work guys, keep it up and make us the new user of Linux proud that we use your OS.
Love it! Love it! Love it.
PS: I can do more with Fedora 22 rather than on Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 what the heck. Windows is not an answer to a creative guy like me.
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