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Re: Question about Fedora Extras 5



Hi

In this particular case, just look at the current Extras as Rawhide, and
an eventual frozen set of packages as a Fedora Core release. Would seem
pretty trivial to me to freeze a set of Extras packages, test release it
as CD/DVD a few times, fixing all the major bugs and dependency problems
found (in both Extras and this frozen set), then releasing a final media.
The ongoing parallel life of Extras continues the whole time, might even
benefit from the extra testing, and people with no or slow Internet
connections can then have an easier way of installing Extras packages at
one point.
Yes, a freeze and testing period is what I called a Fedora Extras release.

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Rahul
Fedora Bug Triaging - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers


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