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Re: FC5 out in Feb 2006 - See you in Jan 2006 for FC6



better for what? ;))

I personally am a fan of fast release cycles. Sure for a production
box its different.. but then again no one forces an end user to
upgrade to every release.

If the cycles become too long its not good for having new core
components in (like python gnome etc etc etc).

If you think thats good or bad usually depends on the purpose... i am
more or less developer and i dont want to use/test/bugreport etc vs
old versions. If theres nothing planned in the next nine months that
would make a new distro release a requirement i am fine with it
however. ;)

regards,
Rudolf Kastl

p.s. i am using fedora cause its a bleeding edge distro ;)



2005/6/29, Martín Marqués <martin bugs unl edu ar>:
> El Mié 29 Jun 2005 16:19, Elliot Lee escribió:
> > On Wed, 29 Jun 2005, Captain Bubudiu wrote:
> >
> > > Yep dudes according to
> > > http://fedora.redhat.com/participate/schedule/ FC5 is
> > > out in Feb 2006 preliminally.
> > >
> > > However with my FC3 boxes working like clockwork i
> > > will be knocking butts with most of you in Jan 2006
> > > with the release of FC6. Fedora now has a healthier 9
> > > month cycle.
> >
> > Be aware that this is a one time thing (and subject to change).
> >
> > Once we get a few more details nailed down, I'll send out an announcement.
> 
> Excelent! 9 months is much better!!!
> 
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