conclusion: F15 / systemd / user-experience
metherid at gmail.com
Tue Jun 14 05:22:32 UTC 2011
On 06/14/2011 10:27 AM, Genes MailLists wrote:
> The upstream kernel is a rolling release with Linus' law of protect
> users as much as possible.
> While a fresh released kernel in stable often gets a few updates and
> fixes the .1 or .2 stable kernels are generally remarkably solid.
> This is in large part attributable to the rolling release model.
> Fedora could well benefit from switching to a rolling release model
> as well (no not rawhide - a controlled rolling release much as the
> kernel development follows).
I don't think you can call it a rolling release unless you only count
Linus branch and discount others like Linux next tree and even that is a
stretch since the "rc" releases are essentially development snapshots
that incrementally move towards less changes and more stability exactly
like the alpha and beta releases and release candidates in a Linux
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