>> I appreciate the amount of work people put in for new releases, but I
>> would rather new releases were delayed, rather than be broken with
>> regard what most users require.
> The problem you have is that it's probably a single card, or a single
> variant of a single card in a specific combination that's failing. You
> can do all the testing you like in rawhide but the chances are some of
> those will always get through.
> Keeping the regression count down is a bit different from catching every
> single corner case - and there is so much PC hardware out there you just
> can't do the latter.
And sometimes it is an old bios that causes the problem, which is even
harder to catch. (Especially since in my case the problem was fixed by
upgrading the bios to something sane.)
Not all problems are Fedora's fault. Sometimes it is just braindamaged
firmware that got poked in the wrong manner.
Truth is stranger than fiction because fiction has to make sense.