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Re: fedora-legacy agrees to enforce rpm upgrades? (was: Warren'sPackage Naming Proposal - Revision 1)



On Fri, 7 Nov 2003, Axel Thimm wrote:

>> This however does not matter, since it has been agreed upon on
>> fedora-legacy list that ALL distributions supported by Fedora Legacy
>> will force an upgrade of rpm as a requirement for users to begin using
>> those repositories.
>
>When was this agreed upon?
>
>While I personally support this scheme, I was under the impression
>that there were more people against enforcing rpm upgrades for
>minimally changes (e.g. fedora-legacy should only provide security
>related errata). Especially because RH itself did not issue errata for
>rpm despite the known problems.
>
>In fact, Warren, I believe we were the only two supporting rpm
>upgrades, so unless we are the only left subscribers of fedora-legacy,
>it is not yet an agreement of the whole list. ;)

Make it 3 then...  I support Warren's suggestion.  Perhaps others 
will speak up too if it is something up for democratic vote.  If 
it's not up for democratic vote, hail Warren!


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Mike A. Harris     ftp://people.redhat.com/mharris
OS Systems Engineer - XFree86 maintainer - Red Hat




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