mjw at woogie.net
Wed Nov 12 02:35:44 UTC 2003
Jim Hayward wrote:
>On Tue, 2003-11-11 at 16:45, Mike Burger wrote:
>The Fedora FAQ does not guarantee timely patches. If you want guarantees
>the buying an RHEL product is required. I guess if we want timely
>patches for FC1 we are going to have to do it ourself.
I think (or at least hope) everyone here realizes that Fedora is going
to be a much more interactive than the Red Hat releases. It seems short
sighted, however, to think that everyone needs to individually build
their own RPMs and backport fixes in order to use Fedora. I've read the
FAQ, but I'm not clear on how those of us that are capable of creating
the RPMs would be able to submit them for testing so that they might end
up available to the general user population. Looking at the Fedora
tree, there is a structure for updates, with a section for testing.
What is the process that one would have to go through in order to submit
a package that will eventually make its way into the updates? I'd be
more than happy to participate in the process if I knew what it was.
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