Re: Important information regarding the merger of core and extras, and what this means to Legacy
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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On Nov 15, 2006, at 10:15 AM, Jesse Keating wrote:
On Wednesday 15 November 2006 08:49, James Kosin wrote:I may have some critical things to say about participation; but, I still believe the community of participators can support a 6-12 month window with the FC releases fall aside. This will give those who choose to wait for a few months before upgrading the chance to keep up-to-date with security fixes while they wait.The Fedora project would be offering 13~ months of updates (security only for the last part), which gives you the opportunity to go from say Fedora 7 toFedora 9 + 1 month.
I like this idea, and I'd be happy to see official support for an FC release last ~13 months.
Of course, this would end all interest I have in Fedora Legacy, which at this point is mostly to allow upgrading (well, re-installing in my case) from FCN to FCN+2.
How much of this is just speculation at this point, and how close is this to being actual policy?
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