Pouring over these, big standout is the inclusion of ROOT. I doubt
high-energy physics is a general target audience for something like
release notes, but perhaps I've stumbled on something. But, yet again,
I've stumbled upon something for the marketing people more than
Including ROOT in the release notes could be nothing other than vague
without a corresponding marketing piece with an interview and some
other goodies. Maybe CERN might have some input here? Just throwing
some thing on the table.
Then again the release notes are permanent fixtures meant to last the
test of time. A link to a marketing bit may be inappropriate. I
suppose a blurb could be written that doesn't include a marketing bit,
but the package is just too specific to mean anything to anyone.
There's also some significant upstream improvements in the ham radio
arena, maybe I'll try to scrape that together when its daylight. Not
trying to bring too much personal to the list here, but I've been
trying to get licensed for 17 years, and every time I went to take the
tests, someone died, a car would break down, I'd get robbed, etc...
yes, every time, several times a year, for 17 years. Today I passed,
and it might make for a good activity for me if you haven't jumped on
it yourself yet McD.
- Mike... err... KD8ORQ
On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 8:49 AM, John J. McDonough <wb8rcr(a)arrl.net> wrote:
In last night's meeting it was observed that we might be light
talking points and release notes, and that we might look at changed
packages that haven't gotten a feature page.
To that end, I have placed an updated version of the Fedora Technical
The Fedora Technical Notes lists all changes between Fedora 13 and
Fedora 14 Alpha, with links to the upstream website where available.
Note that only the US English version reflects Fedora 14 Alpha. The
other languages are still Fedora 13.
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