On Mon, Jul 26, 2021 at 10:07 AM Miro Hrončok <mhroncok(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 23. 07. 21 19:27, Ben Cotton wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> A few years ago, I created release schedules through Fedora Linux
> 36. We've almost used up that buffer, so it's time to create the next
> few years worth of schedules. Before I start that, I want to take the
> opportunity to make sure the schedules match reality.
> For teams that already have tasks on the release schedules, I have
> opened issues in the schedule repo. Please use those to let me know
> what changes make sense. You may also be hearing from members of the
> Program Management team about those soon. If your team is not
> represented on the release schedule but you think it would be, file a
> new issue.
Do you think it makes sense to include expected Python releases there?
With the annual release schedule we can predict that the Python mass rebuild
will happen at the May/June boundary every year in all odd-numbered Fedora
We could also include things like compiler toolchains (GCC/LLVM), KDE
Plasma, GNOME, etc. which are major integration points with
真実はいつも一つ！/ Always, there's only one truth!