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Re: Where is the FC3 kernel Source?



On Sat, 2004-11-27 at 16:47 +0000, James Wilkinson wrote:
> Shaffer Paul wrote:
> > You know Bob, some people have real jobs and lives.  They may not be
> > zealots devoted to the Fedora religion.  So they complain when things
> > change unexpectedly.  Why is that so hard for you to understand?  This
> > is not even worth discussing unless you have too much time on your
> > hands.  Please, let's just get back to Fedora...
> 
> So, without wanting to knock anyone, let's get back to consider if
> there's anything we can do to improve things.
> 
> What, exactly, is Fedora supposed to do?
> 
> The changes are clearly mentioned in the release notes. They're on the
> install CDs, and you're prompted to look at them during install.
> 
> Stuff *does* change between releases: that's nothing new. In fact, it's
> always been one of the defining characteristics first of Red Hat Linux
> then of Fedora: Red Hat keep pushing at the limitations of the platform.
> 
> How can we make the release notes even more obvious?

Can we stick a good answer to this question on a wiki somewhere?  It
comes up so often it'd be great to simply be able to point people there.

> 
> James.
> 
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> @westexe.demon.co.uk  | that would drive you insane just because you knew
>                       | them until I ran into Windows."
>                       |     -- Peter da Silva
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