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Re: Proposing a new mailing list



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2007/10/18, John Summerfield <debian herakles homelinux org>:
> Craig White wrote:
> > On Wed, 2007-10-17 at 20:41 -0400, Alfredo Perez wrote:
> >> Hi
> >>
> >> I would like to have a fedora mailing list only for a server
> >> installation type of issues. I went through the mailing list of fedora
> >> and I don't see something close to that.
> > ----
> > many of us would call that the CentOS list ;-)
>
> if it's not CentOS binaries (or maybe CentOS source) I wouldn't dare ask
> there;-)
>
> For RHEL clones though, I am game to ask on the appropriate RHEL list,
> making it clear it's -clone.
>
> I have previously irked some by describing Fedora as a rolling beta. I
> stand by that, and I would not counsel its use on servers for anything
> serious, like running your business.
>
> If you've informed yourself of the likelihood of an update fouling your
> nest and you can live with that, then fine. Machines that matter most to
> me run a RHEL-clone.
>
> RHEL can have the same sorts of problems, but it's far less likely.
>
> For those brave enough to run a Fedora server? It's still new
> technology, I think it best to stay on the one list.
>
> OTOH if someone suggests a new list for each release of Fedora, I'm for
> that:-)
>
>
>
>
> --
>
> Cheers
> John
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