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Re: fedora versus fedora test?



On Wed, Oct 08, 2003 at 07:19:28AM -0400, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, Christoph Wickert wrote:
> 
> > fedora is for fedora users
> > fedora-test is for beta-testers
> > 
> > By no, we are all testers, i think.
> 
> which is the way i understood it.  technically, isn't it true
> that there is no actual fedora product?  there is only a beta,
> no?  that is fedora core, test2?

No, not exactly.  We will be cutting "Fedora Core 1" (or whatever numeric
we end up attaching), and at that time, the fedora-list will start to be a
discussion list for the first release, while the fedora-test-list will
continue to be a beta test list for new packages which come out.  Granted,
this will be a fuzzy line until the case where we have to branch for a "big
change."  The biggest one coming down the list will be the 2.6 kernel, and
at that time, the fedora-test list will be a place for discussion of those
integration efforts, while the fedora-list will continue blissfully with
the 2.4 kernel.  Once the 2.6-based distro is ready for primetime, we'll
release it and the fedora-list will start talking about the 2.6-based
release.

- jkt
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