Re: Can I know which fedora is stable?

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On 09/30/2010 10:00 PM, Bruno Wolff III wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 01, 2010 at 00:43:28 +0100,
>    Sam Sharpe<[email protected]>  wrote:
>> On 1 October 2010 00:40, Gordon Messmer<[email protected]>  wrote:
>>> On 09/30/2010 08:56 AM, James Mckenzie wrote:
>>>> However, be aware that Fedora tries to be on a six month or shorter
>>>> release cycle.  Fedora is basically a 'wide beta' for RedHat and that
>>>> is also stated on the Project's web page.
>>> Where is that stated?
>> It isn't stated in those terms, but it is an accepted representation of the
>> status quo.
> Not universally. There is a difference between being a beta and being an
> early show case of new technologies.
>
> As for 'stable', that depends on what the original poster meant by that.
> If he meant a release that he could run on for several years without
> a major upgrade, then no version of Fedora is stable. If he meant a version
> where things are expected to work, then Fedora might be suitable.
For me, software that does not change much
over the years is a very boring prospect :) :)



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