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Re: Initial Proposal for doing Enterprise Extras



Bill Nottingham wrote:

> Rex Dieter (rdieter@xxxxxxxxxxxx) said:
>> Offhand, I couldn't disagree more.  You mean you'd rather live with the
>> bugs
>> that those 100+ package updates fix?  No thanks.  If you don't want the
>> churn, then don't update your el4 boxen.
> 
> So, you're requiring the user to explicitly browse the updates for
> security vs. non-security fixes, for example?

For iteration 1 of enterprise extras, yes.  I have yet to see a reasonable
alternative: every proposal I've seen so far adds unreasonable bureaucracy
and/or administrative overhead.

-- Rex

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