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Re: the fate of firewire



Red Hat "decided" that short innovation cycle + long support cycle are
mutually exclusive about as much as Galileo "decided" that the Earth
orbited the Sun, not the other way around.  I just hope that The
Community is as forgiving about our "decision" as The Church was about
Galileo's ;-)

M

On Mon, 2004-09-13 at 09:31, Rex Dieter wrote:
> Daniel Roesen wrote:
> 
> > No, RHEL has a too long innovation cycle. What I need is something
> > like the Fedora release (innovation) cycle, together with a RHEL-like
> > support cycle. 
> 
> And redhat decided that these 2 items, short innovation cycle + long 
> support cycle, are mutually exclusive.  redhat would end up "supporting" 
> 5-6 releases (going back ~3 years @ ~ 6 month innovation cycle), which 
> would be unmanageable.  Is that really what you want?
> 
> Besides, IMO, RHEL is pretty good when it comes to innovation too.  Are 
> there features missing from RHEL that you need?
> 
> -- Rex
> 



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