Re: Important information regarding the merger of core and extras, and what this means to Legacy
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Quoting Jesse Keating <jkeating@xxxxxxxxxx>:
See my blog regarding the future of Legacy as a project. Please remember these are just proposals and not final solutions. A wiki page will follow soon.
First I would like to say to those who say Fedora Legacy has failed, that it _did_ work (i.e. didn't fail) for the most critical time period and the most critical OS version (RHL 7-9, FC1). If it has failed, or is failing, it must not be forgotten that before it failed it worked exceedingly well. Second, I'm fairly comfortable with saying that if FC goes to a 13 month support cycle, FL is basically not needed anymore. IMHO, people can upgrade once a year when presented with a known/documented release cycle, and known documented alternatives. Now, I don't know that FC will change, or if FL is needed any more even if FC doesn't change. But I do know that FL saved my life by being there when I needed it, and while I don't really need it any more I'm forever grateful to it for being there when I did need it. -- Eric Rostetter The Department of Physics The University of Texas at Austin Go Longhorns! -- fedora-legacy-list mailing list fedora-legacy-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-legacy-list
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