On Sun, Feb 02, 2014 at 11:26:06AM -0700, Chris Murphy wrote:
> For what my opinion is worth (as someone who's been around
> RHL4.1 days) I have to agree.
I think this is a good summary of what it's all about and what it isn't.
Hmm. That's an interesting read, and for what it's worth I like the
position he advocates. It could be a great improvement over the current
'yum groupinstall' situation, depending on how some of the details are
But looking at it from a 3rd party software perspective (F/OSS or
otherwise) it's barely an incremental improvement over the current
status quo -- While a third party will be able to rely on a minimal
package set being present (thereby eliminating a step in their
installer), they will still have to specifically target individual
Fedora [Product] releases and keep up with Fedora's release cadence as
well. (In other words, it's a negligable improvement without some
significant changes to Fedora's release and support models)
Anyway, time to resume hacking on Gutenprint.
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