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Re: stable Fedora releases?



On Fri, 2004-05-21 at 15:18, Jack Howarth wrote:
>     Okay, up front I realize that Fedora is a hobbyist release...
> but the same could be said of Debian. With that said, is there 
> any plan in place for eventually having a benchmark stable Fedora
> release which would be equivalent to the Stable branch of Debian?
> I ask because it is unclear if one will be able to install a Core
> release and get access to the proper security patches without
> constantly upgrading Fedora to the point of it reverting back to
> a Test release (for the next Core of course). I know in the
> academic environment many folks are looking at Fedora as a successor
> to RedHat 9 but I am afraid it is more likely to be a Debian
> Unstable type release at best.
>                    Jack
I'm not entirly sure what you are asking.

However I know that Fedora will be maintaining patches for around 1.5
release cycles.

However http://www.fedoralegacy.org/ should be picking up where fedora
leaves with regards to security patches.

Doug




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