Rawhide only deserves partially the fame of "bleeding edg". It has packages that they seem not to be having adequada maintenance and are obsolete. Lamentable.
on 02/23/2013 – Made popular on 02/23/2013
* I am currently attempting to upgrade from Fedora 19 to Rawhide. Yum is still still at the "Package and Processing Dependency" stage, it is taking forever with over 3,100 updates. I have never used it before and I do understand what it is, what problems might happen, etc.
Even Fedora 22 contains lxpanel package version 0.6.1, which is quite old and contains very serious bug (http://sourceforge.net/p/lxde/bugs/588/) that doesn't allow to start most of KDE applications from LXDE menu. This bug is fixed more than year ago, two Fedora versions came out since that time, but lxpanel is still in 0.6.1 stage even if rawhide.