Le lundi 24 janvier 2005 Ã 15:39 -0500, Sean Middleditch a Ãcrit : > Is Fedora supposed to be an exercise in speedy RPM rebuilding, or an > operating system? Fedora is (or try to be) : http://fedora.redhat.com/about/objectives.html Create a complete general-purpose operating system with capabilities equivalent to competing operating systems, built for and by a community â those who not only consume, but also produce for the good of other community members. * Build the operating system exclusively from open source software. Easy to recompile. * Do as much of the development work as possible directly in the upstream packages. This includes updates; our default policy will be to upgrade to new versions for security as well as for bugfix and new feature update releases of packages. Sync with upstream. * Provide a robust development platform for building software, particularly open source software. Open source (again) * Be on the leading edge of open source technology, by adopting and helping develop new features and version upgrades. Promote new technologies. Fedora is not (or try to avoid) : Non-Objectives of Fedora Core: 1. Slow rate of change. 2. .... 3. Being a dumping ground for unmaintained or poorly designed software.
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