How about slowing down the Fedora release cycle to allow for more QA???

Mike Chambers mike at
Mon Nov 24 23:15:43 UTC 2003

On Sun, 2003-11-23 at 22:18, Alexandre Oliva wrote:
> On Nov 22, 2003, Mike Chambers <mike at> wrote:
> > Up2date is still used for updating/installing Fedora packages to include
> > development (used to be rawhide) like always.
> Erhm...  If you're trying to imply that up2date in FC1 will by default
> install packages from the development tree, you're mistaken.  The FC1
> up2date uses the FC1 and FC1 released updates yum repositories, with
> an entry for the FC1 testing updates tree and the mainline development
> tree present, but commented out, such that, by default, people stick
> to the official release + updates.  If you want to run testing stuff,
> you have to explicitly enable it in the config file.

That's what I said, just not in those words LOL.  Just meant up2date is
or can be used for those mentioned.  Whether they are turned on by
default or not is another story, but they can be used.

Was talking more in general.

Mike Chambers
Madisonville, KY

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