Re: Next Fedora Release

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On Mon, 7 Jun 2004 12:14:15 +0100
 Andy Green <[email protected]> wrote:
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On Monday 07 June 2004 11:54, K.M.Zammi Kahan wrote:
Hi,
My opinion on Fedora roadmap is , New version should be released every six
months, yes every six months. >There's something to that idea.

The six month thing just sounds like an arbitrary goal that is going to create unfinished releases, this time is was selinux, in the end it fell off the end of the world but in the meanwhile sucked up a lot of effort and maybe made the unfinishedness factor of FC2 worse than it could have been.

I agree that the six month thing may be an arbitrary goal. However, I disagree with your assertion regarding selinux. In my opinion Fedora Core (Test) is precisely the right place for a project like selinux. It gets sponsored by a major distributor, gets LOADS of testing, and is a great feature. If you did a default install of Fedora Core 2, selinux wasn't even enabled so it shouldn't have been an issue.




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