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On 02/04/2014 11:11 AM, H. Guémar wrote:
I'm not fond of keeping spins around when we're focusing on
products. That gives the message that they are second-class
citizens in Fedora.
To be fair, spins have always been second-class citizens (to a point).
They've always been relegated to a secondary page from the "standard"
I'd rather define a process that allows current spins to become
either sub-products or full-featured products when they meet a set
of requirements (that is to be defined yet).
In a contributor-driven community, it shouldn't be a problem to
accept new products if it is backed appropriately.
This I agree with completely. We need to define a process for how to
promote new Products. I *will* say that such a process will probably
include a requirement that it must be more than just a technology
deliverable (i.e. Just the XFCE Spin renamed). A product will likely
need to define a target not currently served by one of the existing
products (or the overlap will need to be justified).
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