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Re: Stability and Release Cycles - An Idea



On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 02:43:56PM +0900, anubis iinet net au wrote:
> BUT, with every second release (I'll assume every even-numbered release), produce a re-spin at the 6-month mark, call it Fedora "stable" (or some such) and change the policy for updates and quality assurance at that point to maintain improved stability through to EOL - this may translate to fewer new features from that point to EOL but only within that release. 

You are free to do this. The previous attempts to do this failed because not
enough people could be bothered to contribute. If you can find some other folks
who believe this is possible and between you the technical knowledge and large
amounts of time required then go for it. Nobody is stopping you or anyone else
producing updates to a Fedora release after its "officially" out of support.

Alan


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