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Re: fedora-legacy-list Digest, Vol 3, Issue 24

I know you've thought about what it will mean to support three releases a 
year, *every year*. 

How about picking just one a year?

On Thu, 20 May 2004, Jesse Keating wrote:

> On Thursday 20 May 2004 15:53, Howard Owen wrote:
> > Businesses I have knowledge of have shied away from Fedora Core
> > because of the rapid rate of change issue. In my opinion, folks who
> > have taken the plunge with FC1 on production machines really need to
> > seriously consider upgrading to FC2. This is in line with the
> > objectives quoted above. Red Hat and the volunteers at the Fedora
> > project seem to have tried awfully hard to make that as smooth as
> > possible. (c.f. *not turning on SELinux by default.)
> Sure there is a rapid change rate.  Fedora Legacy was originally 
> concieved to provide a longer life span for Fedora Core releases.  The 
> support for RHL 7.3/9 is just a byproduct of this, an added bonus.

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