Been two weeks now, still rocking Fedora 23. This has been the most pleasant Linux experience I've had in a long time and one that has finally pulled me over from Arch Linux.
Don't get me wrong, Arch Linux is great and I do love me some pacman and AUR. But Fedora 23 has provided me with an environment that is bleeding edge and works great! I've yet to have a troublesome crash, or a bug, or an issue, or an annoyance.. etc. It has simply worked smoothly and beautifully. Only 2 of my progams that I use (copy.com
agent and yakyak - an awesome hangouts desktop app that doesn't require chrome/ium) weren't in the repos but grabbing them was easy enough. The icing on the cake was how my HP all-in-one printer was simply instantly installed and working perfectly.
Gnome Shell 3.18 has been amazing as well. I've always considered myself a KDE guy, but the latest offering from GNOME has me quite happy and not wanting to use the plasma desktop. I had Gnome 3.18 on my arch install as well of course, but it seems to work and feel even better in Fedora 23.
So hats off to you +Fedora Project
. This is a stellar release and I think I'll be here for quite some time.