Re: Legacy wiki -- statement?
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On Sat, Dec 02, 2006 at 03:52:11PM -0600, Eric Rostetter wrote: > Quoting "David D. Eisenstein" <deisenst@xxxxxxx>: > > >So what do we need to be saying here? Ideas? > > I think we're going a bit fast... Do we really want to wrap up the > project now, or just put it on hold for a while, or wait until we > hear back about the 13 month plan? I'm not sure we have a consences > yet... > > >http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Legacy > > I would say we can come up with something that says we're evaluating > our options, and you shouldn't expect (or depend on) timely updates > at this time, yada yada yada. But I'm not sure we should completely > pull the plug yet (without more consensus like discussions) and I sure > don't think we should say stuff about the open-core/13-month-extension > and so on that are not yet decided. > > Or, maybe I just missed the consensus? Or maybe I missed the principles > statement they are bailing? The longer we wait the more it will look like a failure. Better be active and tell the users that we're working on something than letting them find out by themselves by being bitten. We can't and shouldn't announce anything on core/extra's behalf, we just need to say that the current model is being reorganized and while doing so distributions X, Y, Z have effectively fallen out of maintenance. -- Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net
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