Re: 1-2-3 out, time for FC2?
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Quoting James Kosin <jkosin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
I think that may be a better compromise. We just need to break it up into whoever is willing to support each release and for how long and not worry about scrapping each release before it is time.
Problem is I am willing to support Fedora Core 3 64 bit, but I've been unable to. I don't have the time to track the bugs and do publish votes right now (maybe I will later). And by the time I install the updates-testing stuff (which I do on a regular basis), test it for a day or so, write up a report, the damn things already been released! So my testing is useless as I can't get it done before the package is released... So, it may look like no one has any interest in FC3, but in reality I do. If the release was say 6 days instead of 4, I could actually test the stuff. I'm not in a position where I can stop my life to test the updates-testing stuff just because we want a 4 day release period.
It will go like RH8 did with support for 7.3 sticking around.... mostly, due to the support of the community.
Yes, if we don't do a strict 1-2-3-out, then this is the way to go; keep what people support, dump what they won't support.
-- Eric Rostetter The Department of Physics The University of Texas at Austin Go Longhorns! -- fedora-legacy-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-legacy-list
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