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Re: KDE vs. GNOME on F10



On Thu, 2009-08-06 at 10:27 -0700, Jesse Keating wrote:

> Perhaps we're failing to define a update policy because we have wildly
> divergent audiences, and we should be allowing SIGs that cater to these
> audiences define the policy that best suites their respective
> constituents.  Defining "Fedora" is so darned hard because it's
> different things to so many different people.  Diving down a bit deeper
> and defining Fedora Desktop vs Fedora KDE gets a bit easier to do. 

I definitely see what you're saying, and yeah, perhaps an issue is that
we don't have enough of a separate identity for the separate spins. We
don't have Kedora and Gedora (or Dedora, if you like ;>), we have
Fedora...but still, there's enough updates pushed even in packages in
the Desktop spin which wouldn't go through in a more conventionally
defined update process (ask yourself if RHEL would ship 'em :>).

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