Well, I am aware that there is in fact alternatives. However, the alternatives changes the "Apple experience" sort a speak. I am aware that you can run Linux through vm's from mac, I also know how to install side by side. With that said, installing in a VM would defeat the purpose if you want to use Linux as your full environment. Installing side by side without bootcamp would then change the way the machine loads in a way that is not supported by Apple.
Having bootcamp support linux flavors, even if it was just the user friendly ones, would be a step in a supported environment. I.E. you can't be turned away from getting your machine fixed under apple care because you chaged the way it booted.
With all that said, I thank you for your answer. But your answer wasn't answering my question. My question was when will Linux flavors be supported, no do I need BootCamp to install linux with OSX.
I've used this one which becomes menu boot choice option in Windows boot process, just as would be another version of windows (7 or 8) if you had the wish for both and the Gigs in Bootcamped space.
It can be uninstalled from within Windows. Though Windows needs bootcamp drivers, this worked for me in Mac Pro
where I have wired inet,usb KBD and mouse.
Instructions are clear. It can be uninstlled from Within Windows also.