Legacy wiki -- statement?

Rahul Sundaram 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 
> servers.

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 
need to.


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