Fedora 11 schedule proposal

Josh Boyer jwboyer at gmail.com
Wed Nov 12 14:09:15 UTC 2008

On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 04:11:20PM -0800, Jesse Keating wrote:
>Long story short, here is a simple schedule we'd like to present for
>F11.  http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/TomCallaway/F11ProposedSchedule
>Note that it is pretty basic, only a few dates are called out.  Also
>those dates are somewhat subject to change.  We're mostly interested in
>the end date of Tuesday May 26th.  The intra-schedule dates are given
>mostly for reference, and we'll still need to spend some time vetting
>them against trade shows, holidays, etc...  We'll also be filling in all
>the other details that you typically see in a Fedora schedule, once we
>reach an agreed upon strategy for F11/F12.
>I'd like to see some conversation on this (or none if you all agree with
>me) and a conclusion met within the next 2 weeks, that is at or before
>the release of Fedora 10.
>Thank you for your time and thoughts.

Looks fine to me.  Honestly, this seems to be just a representation of
reality than anything else.  Slips happen and trying to contain those
by shortening the next release hasn't gone well in the past anyway.

It's probably also worth pointing out that _development_ for F11 has
been open for packages as long as they've had an F10 branch.  That
is everything as of last week.  So developers can get an early jump,
we just can't really test it :)


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