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Re: KDE vs. GNOME on F10



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Bill McGonigle wrote:
> CentOS tends to be crufty, Fedora tends to be broken.  Average 
users
> usually want to be somewhere in the middle.  Having a user-
focused SIG
> as an additional check on packagers' decisions to update 
packages could
> have quality benefits.
> 
> I like the idea that Fedora is whatever there's a SIG for, not 
just for
> avoiding the question, but for the idea that Fedora is a 
process, not a
> product.
> 
> -Bill

Just a thought, but could that SIG just enforce a critical path-
like workflow (with overrides from the security team) on FN-2? 
They would have to be willing to do the QA, talk with SIGs and 
maintainers, and be large enough to be able to do so. Thoughts?

As a bridge, have critical path grab more packages in FN-1 
(maybe have it happen at a milestone such as FN+1 the-release-
formerly-known-as-beta?).

- --Ben
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