How to handle upgrades to Fedora 21
gczarcinski at gmail.com
Sat Oct 4 11:17:16 UTC 2014
On 10/03/2014 07:37 PM, Ray Strode wrote:
>> I agree with Rahul that "standard" is not a great name for the
>> nonstandard, non-productized upgrade, though. "Generic" is more
>> descriptive anyway.
> I'm not sure it's worth repainting the bikeshed at this point, but
> during the alluded-to discussion a few alternative names came up that
> would have been better than fedora-release-standard:
> 1) fedora-release-nonstandard
> 2) fedora-release-custom
> 3) fedora-release-diy
> 4) fedora-release-noncompliant
> and i'll just throw another out there now
> 5) fedora-release-respin
> If we do want to change it, it should happen soon....
To me, nonstandard has more meaning that standard and diy or
noncompliant are meaningless. However, custom can be understood and has
a meaning: the user has specifically tailored the package set for this
system. Just saying ...
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