[in the news] Fedora Splits and Goes Faster
robyn.bergeron at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 18:44:16 UTC 2010
Someone can blog about it, and we can push it to linux.com distroblogs :)
I can't believe we didn't even consider this as a Talking Point
possibility. I'm not sure that it should or should not be, I'm just
sure that we should have discussed it. :)
Maybe we just need to have Community Talking Points - what we're doing
with each release that isn't necessarily directly tied to the distro,
but Features / Enhancements we're making to the community. SOPs,
rawhide, FI, etc, etc. We're giving people a compelling list as to why
they should be trying out Fedora 13; why should we not have a
compelling list as to why they should try out our community?
On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 11:21 AM, Mel Chua <mel at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 02/24/2010 01:04 PM, Kara Schiltz wrote:
>> Fedora Splits and Goes Faster
>> By Sean Michael Kerner
>> The bleeding edge of Red Hat's Fedora Linux community has long been the
>> branch of Fedora code known as Rawhide. New contributions land in
>> Rawhide first, marking the tip of new Linux development for Fedora,
>> though activity there slows down during Fedora release cycles.
>> As a result of a new move taken by Fedora developers this month,
>> however, Rawhide is evolving to ensure that even when new Fedora
>> releases are coming, the bleeding edge of Linux development won't grind
>> to a halt.
>> Full post:
> Thanks, Kara!
> Question to the list: What's the ideal way to communicate this sort of
> news to the broader public?
> * a Fedora Insight article? (/me looks at zikula - moving along, moving
> * should it have been a Talking Point?
> * are the current mailing list/Planet discussions enough (in other
> words, "everyone who should know about this is already reading the
> places it's discussed in"?)
> * should we mention it in the F13 video?
> * etc.
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