On Monday, November 26, 2018, Matthew Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 09:50:33AM -0500, Paul Frields wrote:
> Here's the summary from the page, which proposes we pause the release
> after F30 for these efforts:
I know it was a big time-off holiday week in the US, but I expected a little
more interest in this post. Perhaps it seemed like too much text to digest
along with turkey and stuffing. :) I'm highlighting it with a subject
reflecting the big, direct impact, and here's some other top-level
* embrace Taiga (an open source kanban tool) for project planning
* fix the compose speed (target: one hour!)
* really actually for real gated Rawhide
* better CI pipeline tests for everything
* define a base platform -- Red Hat wants to focus resources here
* better tooling for non-base deliverables
* better metrics for everything
Please read https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Objectives/Lifecycle/Problem_statements
and comment in this thread.
I am not really convinced that delaying the release for that makes sense.
It's not like people will stop updating packages or that existing release tools will magically disappear (they have to work to keep existing versions running).
So people can work on those improvement and bring them in when ready but stopping everything for that is overkill.