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Re: long term support release

2008/1/25 Jesse Keating <jkeating redhat com>:
> This is not actually true.  In fact, there is a lot of what RHEL does
> where it takes queues from what Fedora does.  Perhaps this isn't very
> well communicated, but to state that as Fedora leadership you have no
> input/control into what RHEL does is pretty false.

I have no...control.  I've got input, yes.. but not control.  Big
difference.  Of course there is a measure of alignment, since there is
engineering resources that Red Hat makes available that crosses the
fenceline. And I know that people who straddle that fence line are
making a damn important effort to make the alignment better over time,
to the benefit of everyone.

But at the same time, everyone out here firmly planted in Fedora land
who stands on tippy-toe to see over into the RHEL side of things,
needs to understand that to effectively drive changes in how Fedora
and RHEL interface requires some mutual benefit arguments.
Something I'm not currently seeing a lot of in how externals are
approaching the conversation.

Which is why I want to go to the Summit, grab a few RHEL customer
reps, put their head in a vice, and squeeze out some ideas from their
perspective to add to my Fedora roadmap smoothie.


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