f7 images for mass production

Hans de Goede j.w.r.degoede at hhs.nl
Fri Jun 8 17:54:18 UTC 2007

Max Spevack wrote:
> On Fri, 8 Jun 2007, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
>> So the next question would be, if you are fixing important bugs and 
>> doing a respin why are you not doing a point release publicly?
> I think that's a bit of a red herring.  For me, it's just a matter of 
> "if we're going to spend a bunch of money on physical media" I'd like to 
> have any horrible bugs fixed, if we can.


And if we spend the time to create new iso's for that, I think it would be a 
good idea to make those available to our end-users. Call it a .0.1 release, 
call it a brown paper bag release (not meant in any disrespect to DaveJ, but 
the kernel is kinda a brown paper bag kernel). Eitherway if we invest time and 
QA to make new iso's for this, we should make them available, as the time has 
already been invested then.

I vote for doing a new spin with:
-a new kernel included (we might have to wait a bit for this new kernel to
  become available and proven)
-perhaps an updates.img included
-perhaps one or two updates for very very critical no interaction needed
  network abusable security issues.



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