Is anyone else interested in working on a rolling release spin of Fedora?
I've never put together a spin before, so I'm not sure how much help I can
give aside from testing. What I'm trying to help achieve is a Fedora spin
that is basically the same as the Rawhide, except uses stable (~6 month
This is my motivation: I'd love to never have to worry about distribution
upgrades, big modifications to my MBR/EFR, changing repo URLs, and all the
other junk that goes along with upgrading the distribution from x to x+1.
Without that *stuff* the OS would be much easier to use over time, and
certainly something I would have no problems recommending to a new Linux
user. As it stands now, I think the distro upgrade process of Linux
distros is an unnecessary difficulty for most desktop users, when using
'yum' for continuously updating the packages would work just as well.