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RE: [K12OSN] Release cycle too fast



--- Jim Kronebusch <jim winonacotter org> wrote:

> And I don't think the sub releases are only to fix
> problems, I am
> continually seeing new features added as well.  I
> for one love to see
> new features as often as possible, I don't want to
> wait a year.
>

This is something I have never quite understood,
possibly because I don't have enough programming
experience.  Why do we need to have a brand new
release in order to get new features?  Why can't the
new features come in the form of updated rpms?  I
don't think anybody would mind updating rpms--they
already do it for security updates and it can be set
in a cron job to do it automatically.  But I agree
that reinstalling the base operating system is a big
pain in the *** and I'd like to do it as infrequently
as possible.

-Rob


		
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