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I think that 'Wim Sturkenboom' was a bit sarcastic and on the money. 'u' is lazy speak or 'AOL' speak and is used by the uninformed to show or attempt to show how cool they want to be on the 'Internet'. Text messaging has tried to move to the forums but has come up against a with informed intelligent users.
Too me it's just plain laziness and shows the person actually doesn't respect the language nor grammar.
Although Fedora hates to admit it, they serve as the development branch of RH(although since F7 they are independently controlled, which has had its issues). RHEL4 was based on FC3. RHEL5 was based on FC6. RHEL6 was scheduled to be based on F9 but Fedora has had issues with cleaning up bugs, it may be based on F11(or F12 at the rate things are going).