On Tue, Dec 20, 2016 at 10:01:57AM -0800, Gerald B. Cox wrote:
I'll repost this because I believe Kevin had a good point:
I don't understand why we are trying to reinvent the wheel here. The
infrastructure for Kevin's suggestion
is in place now - KDE has been using it and it works.
This has the same downside as a rolling release to end users. It asks
them to take a big user interface / user experience update whenever we
push it, or else disable all updates including security fixes and
bugfixes that do not change user experience.
Modularity, however, will allow us to update module stacks — like GNOME
or KDE — while still also maintaining older versions for some time...
without tying the whole release to that cycle.
Fedora Project Leader