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Re: Linux.org: The Feodra 7 Year Itch



Bryan J Smith a écrit :
> After 4 years, I've gotta say it. I understand there are some legal issues or tardemark concerns showing the lineage of Red Hat Linux to Fedora Core.  Plus there are also marketing aspects on Fedora v. Enterprise. But the general ignorance of those who have never followed the Red Hat / Fedora development line, or left after Red Hat Linux 9, constantly want proof and debate me.
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> We *NEED* Red Hat, or at least via Fedora, to put up a page - linked on the front page - that covers both the 2-2-2 month Rawhide/Development-Beta/Test-Release cycle, followed by the 6-6/6-6-6/6-6-6-6 month release cycler of community to enterprise release (every 2-4 community releases). This would include the full plot going back to Red Hat Linux 4.0, as well as the first Red Hat Linux 6.2E (retroactively called "Enterprise 1"), and how that *PROVEN* lifecycle of package, integration and post-release test has held up. Especially with the regular cycle of community
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> I'm tired of having virtually *NO* pages but my own to refer to on this, to the point I've been writing a book on Enterprise Configuration Management: Fedora/Red Hat Linux (of which I've had not time to complete in the last 18 months worth of 60+ hour/weeks of consultant, not including travel and other time). I used to maintain an unofficial FAQ on this, and I should probably re-blog an update of it.
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> Fedora Core is not more "Beta" than Red Hat Linux was before it. And until Red Hat clarifies that - Enterprise Linux marketing be damned - those who want to demonize it that way will continue, with nothing professionals like myself can point to - other than our own publications or blog articles on the matter.
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I have already beat you with early post =p

https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-marketing-list/2007-June/msg00186.html


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