Announcing End of Life times (Fedora Core 1, 2, Red Hat Linux 7.3, 9)
philip at datafoundry.com
Mon Jul 24 12:48:38 UTC 2006
> New issues (bugs) will be accepted until October 1st of this year. No new
> bugs will be accepted after that mark. All existing bugs will be resolved to
> the best of our ability by December 31st of this year. What hasn't been
> completed by then will not be completed by the Fedora Legacy project. This
> will be the end of Fedora Legacy's support of the Red Hat Linux line of
> distributions. We will continue focusing our efforts on the Fedora Core
> line, and improving our integration with the Fedora project in whole.
As part of this EOL process, will FL continue to host the old archives
of RPMs past the EOL date or will that hosting also be going away?
Will FL be doing a final build of all packages for FC2 x86_64 to finally
bring the security fixes to that architecture (old Fedora updates are
built for x86_64, just not legacy updates)? It would be a nice thing to
do, as there are some packages (PHP, for example) that don't compile
right out of the source RPM for x86_64.
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