OS Future now that Fedora Legacy defunct

Donald Tripp dtripp at hawaii.edu
Wed Dec 20 01:34:54 UTC 2006

What kind of storage requirements are we talking about to host the  
legacy distros?

- Donald Tripp
  dtripp at hawaii.edu
HPC Systems Administrator
High Performance Computing Center
University of Hawai'i at Hilo
200 W. Kawili Street
Hilo,   Hawaii   96720

On Dec 19, 2006, at 3:19 PM, Naoki wrote:

> I think the question I'm more interested in the answer to is; will
> somebody be picking up Legacy?
> They state "The current model for supporting maintenance distributions
> is being re-examined." which doesn't actually explain what the problem
> with the old method was..
> People, hardware, hosting, donations??
> Legacy is quite handy as we know, and it'll be nice to see it up and
> running again.
> On Wed, 2006-12-20 at 09:18 +0900, Shawn wrote:
>>>   Once it's released, I'd like to get the equivalent
>>> version of CentOS for my server, but if it's going to be a while  
>>> (say,
>>> longer than a month from now),
>> CentOS wont be ready for at least a month after RHEL5.  Has taken 2-3
>> months in the past.
>> Shawn
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