Another great update
thomasj at fedoraproject.org
Sun Mar 7 11:55:11 UTC 2010
2010/3/7 Michał Piotrowski <mkkp4x4 at gmail.com>:
> 2010/3/7 Thomas Janssen <thomasj at fedoraproject.org>:
>> 2010/3/7 Michał Piotrowski <mkkp4x4 at gmail.com>:
>>> 2010/3/6 Orcan Ogetbil <oget.fedora at gmail.com>:
>>>> The numbers 11, 12 should only indicate the core
>>>> components revision number .
>>> I'm not convinced to this philosophy. I have used a few Linux distros
>>> in past 11 years, and this is something new to me...
>>> I hope that RHEL 6 will be released soon, Fedora 11 is going to be too
>>> bleeding edge for me ;)
That is you compare a few Linux distros with Fedora and "this" is
something new to you.
It's not for Fedora users. So the question is still alive:
Why are you trying to change the Face and Character of Fedora instead
of using what fits your needs (your own mentioned RHEL/CentOS)?
>> Well, sorry, but you clearly state that Fedora is something new to you
>> and you don't like the philosophy.
> No, I clearly state, that this "new way" described by Orcan is
> something new to me (and I not really convinced to this).
See above, and there is no new way yet. But people trying to make a
copy of Ubuntu or openSUSE out of Fedora.
>> So why don't you use something that
>> fits your needs like CentOS 5 as you mentioned RHEL 6 but rather try
>> to make something out of Fedora that Fedora isn't? Or become familiar
>> with what Fedora is and stands for.
> The same version numbers for stable version and previous stable
> version is not a Fedora way that I know. I used Fedora since FC5 and I
> wasn't aware about such plans.
Since you haven't noticed it in all that time, it looks like it can't
be that bad ;)
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