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Re: [Fwd: Fedora Foundation]


> However some development cycles need tighter release control -- like
> the Kernel for example (not that I am picking on any one particular
> portion of this past FC5 testing cycle.)   Are people running FC
> installations truly in earnest of implementing software so quickly? 

Everytime any version as been withheld as updates there have been
requests for it. So I assume they are. Kernel is one of top five
components getting the largest number of bug reports for a long time
simply because it is critical and covers a large amount of core aspects
of the system and all these updates fix a ton of them. 

> Seems like another software outfit liked to push testing of their core
> OpSys out onto the end users shoulders. 

What is OpSys? Core development and testing is to be done within the
external community too and that needs to be much more than what is
present currently. Development pace within a project improves when the
line between end users and developers blurs. 

>  But, maybe I have become
> blinded to the greater SDLC.

What is SDLC?

> > > The most important promise about Fedora -- once free, always free -- still
> > > stands.  We aim to set the standard for open source innovation.  A truly
> > > open Fedora Project is what makes that possible.
> Free until the "best of breed" projects are pulled into RHEL and then
> what?  

Not necessarily all the best of breed components but what fits into RHEL
product space. RHEL is open source too. So its Free in that aspect

> A code split?

Branches off into RHEL and then Red Hat starts maintaining it as a

>   Maybe this is where my understanding of Fedora's
> relationship to RHEL breaks down...

If you got any specific questions, let me know especially if that
understanding is relevant to Fedora.


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