KDE update - no testing period?
sundaram at fedoraproject.org
Mon Feb 6 14:53:59 UTC 2006
Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> D Canfield wrote:
>> Rahul Sundaram wrote:
>>>> My goal is not to bash the project here. I'm just saying that I
>>>> for one am totally lost as to what direction the project is headed
>>>> in, and based on the amount of back and forth conversation on this
>>>> list, it seems a lot of people are in the same boat. Is there some
>>>> vast repository of design goal and policy documents that I'm
>>>> missing somewhere?
>>> http://fedora.redhat.com/About. Of course end users have different
>>> opinions on the project.
>> I re-read all of that before posting last night. My point is more
>> that there are really no guidelines to how the project moves in terms
>> of development. What does a "stable" release mean to users, for
> Fedora in general tries to stay close to upstream as much as possible.
> "stable" here would mean robustness and not stagnant or frozen
> packages. Fedora does not use the term "stable releases" formally to
> avoid this confusion. http://fedora.redhat.com/About/schedule/. A GA
> would generally mean that these packages are considered to be robust
> and consumable for end users. If they are not robust or does not
> satisfy the typical use cases yet, they would in general be disabled
> by default. This was the case for example SELinux in Fedora Core 3 or
> Network Manager in any of the Fedora releases so far.
I meant to say SELinux in Fedora Core 2.
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