seth vidal píše v Po 30. 08. 2010 v 15:27 -0400:
On Mon, 2010-08-30 at 15:13 -0400, Jon Masters wrote:
> Right. But don't you think this group could at least come up with a list
> of proposals, or even one proposal? It could include a longer support
> timeframe, but also detail how Fedora is not friendly to Server today.
It needs a longer support lifetime and/or a slower update rate.
I think that's really all.
slower update rate - I don't think the core required for running server
services changes so often and the server services itself also don't have
too many updates, I've not done any analysis though
longer lifetime - one upgrade per year can be survived
Also the reason for this mailing list and SIG is not necessarily only
about running the server on Fedora, but about testing and preparing
"server things" for the next RHEL. It's clear that only a minority of
people will run production servers on Fedora and it would be nice to
show the world what can be expected in the next RHEL. But it all begins
at the definition of a server and also what today's admins expect as a
server. My view is still minimalistic - you need kernel + init system +
yum + the server ...
PS: I know I don't give this project as much time as I originally
planned, but the work on Fedora/s390x takes a lot of time and we see it
as an investment into the future. The dinosaurus will be here for a long