On Thu, 10 Jan 2008 06:31:58 -0700 Richi Plana <myfedora richip dhs org> wrote: > That depends on which distro you're talking about and what the distro > progenitors mean by stable. If you mean "stable" as in "no feature > changes, just improvement in the way things run and security releases" > as used by a lot of server distros including RHEL and Solaris, then > *MAYBE* 0.9.8 isn't a reason. But if by "stable", they simply mean it > crashes less or is just about equal", then it's fine to release a > package. Specially if the distro is about introducing cutting-edge > features and the previous release was actually a little short on > features (a'la NetworkManager < 0.7). > -- There is a (big) difference between introducing cutting-edge features during development to have them during the release, vs introducing cutting-edge releases as an update to an already released Fedora. BIG difference. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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