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Re: F7 Plan (draft)



On Wed, Dec 20, 2006 at 11:28:16AM -0500, Greg Dekoenigsberg wrote:
 > On Wed, 20 Dec 2006, Tim Burke wrote:
 > 
 > > Things like Xen which are a major integration challenge make much more sense 
 > > in Fedora.  There are installer, system startup, networking, yada, yada to 
 > > sort out.  In contrast, realtime is primarily "just a kernel".  So the same 
 > > integration challenges do not exist (knock on wood).  There is already an 
 > > existing upstream community around the -rt patchset.  Based on this, we may 
 > > not want to fragment the audience.
 > >
 > > Mind you, I'm not trying to holdback RT from Fedora.  I just don't think its 
 > > mainstreamed enough to fit responsibly.  I welcome opinions though.
 > 
 > There is increasing interest in the Fedora community re: offering multiple 
 > pre-built kernels -- with lots and lots of caveats.  Perhaps the RT kernel 
 > is one of these.

Whilst Red Hat's medical coverage fully covers "mental health" issues,
I'd really rather not proceed down this avenue.

We can't support *one* kernel properly. On what planet does it make sense
to throw more variants in the mix ?

This whole idea stinks of doom so bad.

		Dave

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