Legacy wiki -- statement?
sundaram at fedoraproject.org
Wed Dec 13 14:18:57 UTC 2006
Philip Molter wrote:
> If you make that kind of statement, you are effectively removing
> high-end server testing from Fedora Core. If FC is still supposed to be
> a testbed for the newer software, whether it's desktop or high-end
> server, then that sounds like the wrong thing to say.
Well, since we want people to use Fedora on its own I guess thats a good
thing to say.
> There are people who run servers for whom CentOS isn't a viable
> alternative because hardware upgrades necessitate running newer kernels
> and software than is available in current enterprise releases. Right
> now, the Redhat/CentOS enterprise software offering is moving at a
> slower pace than the hardware people might run it on. That's the case
> for us. That's why we run Fedora Core on our rather large amount of
If running Fedora on more than what the project has already planned to
do (which is for around 13 months), people who are expecting a longer
lifecyle should contribute towards that and find the middle ground they
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