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On 4/22/10, Rahul Sundaram <metherid(a)gmail.com> wrote:
thank you for your ack.
and you have at least tried to answer one question.
but i find McCann's proposals too nebulous to allow
serious approval (if i were in the position to approve
them) first, they are based on an oxymoron:
"pointless updates" a package cannot be pointless
and be an update.
limiting non-critical updates to once weekly.
he does not specify what is meant by 'critical', how
this would help, or even how this would differ from the
as has been pointed out, there is no "stable release"
Establish norms or rules that limit the types of changes in stable
releases to ensure the releases remain stable
maybe i can help here: bugfixes, new software, configuration, interface,
again, how "stable" can Fedora be made and not conflict with
'incubate(ing) innovative new technologies'?
Love is the law, love under will.