Fedora Life Cycle
che666 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 13:54:13 UTC 2007
2007/10/23, Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira <rodrigopadula at projetofedora.org>:
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> Rahul Sundaram escreveu:
> > Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira wrote:
> >> Do you have any idea of what i'm talking about ????
> >> How can they update it every six month?? It's a craziness !!
> >> It involves planning and a lot of work! it's not that simple!!!!!
> > They don't have to upgrade just because we have a new release. They can
> > upgrade every 13 months or so instead. Just something I thought I would
> > highlight better.
> And They can not enjoy the innovations?
> Let's go!
> - - Fedora is released
> - - 1 or 2 months packing and releasing new and necessaries packages
> versions ( now we have 11 months).
> - - 1 or 2 months planning, studying the impacts, creating the migration
> plan and applying it(now we have 9 months)
> - - ohhhh in 9 months we have to do this again
> - - so, we will use CENTOS or DEBIAN.
1. Requirement Analysis
2. Evalution of alternatives
3. Pick the distribution best suited for the task at hand and start planning
So you just figured out fedora doesent meet your or your customers
requirements and you are not a member of the intended audience with
running a production server with fedora then fine... there are enough
alternatives better suited for the task. just proposing that fedora
should be yet another distribution that moves very slowly (there are
enough of those available) isnt very productive.
> That is the problem! Year by year migrating all fedora systems to the
> new version!
> > Rahul
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