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Re: Release Name and Democracy? (Dusty Bradshaw)



Le sam 08/05/2004 à 22:38, d_bradsh bellsouth net a écrit :
>      Lately I've been reflectig on what the release name of FC2 is
> going to be. Im excited to see FC2 nearing release. I think that the
> release name vetting process should follow more closely along the
> Fedora philosophy.
> 
>     Before Fedora, RedHat came up with the release names. The rightly
> did this because all development was done in house, and mostly the
> testing was done in house.  Now that Fedora is here, and is more
> community supported, and tested, why don't we have a place to pick a
> release name we like from a list of 5 or 6, and vote on what the
> release name is. The name with the most votes, wins. I think it would
> be an excellent way for the community at large to have some input, and
> feel like they are more of a part of Fedora. It also might lead to
> some really cool names being chosen. Of course all release names would
> have to be reviewed and passed by the advisory committee before being
> voted on. I just think it would cool. I alone may be of this opinion.
> I may not. Anyway the voting tool could be something like /. does, and
> it or a link could be placed on either:
>  
> http://fedora.redhat.com
> or
> http://fedora.redhat.com/participate/
> 
> anyway, hope you all have a nice weekend.  :))
> 
>  
> 
> 

fedora-release-2 package is out.
$ cat /etc/fedora-release
Fedora Core release 2 (FC2)



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