Fedora Life Cycle

Laith Juwaidah ljuwaidah at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 04:28:33 UTC 2007


IMHO, I really don't think we should do this, most people use Fedora for
personal computer.

I am one of the people who like my system to be up-to-date and use the most
recent technologies.

You can still use Fedora 6 if you want, I don't think there's any problem
with that :)

Oh, BTW, isn't the life cycle now 6 months? Last release (Fedora 7) was in
May, and Fedora 8 will be released in November, and that is what most
popular distros do.


On 10/23/07, Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira <rodrigopadula at projetofedora.org>
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> Hi All!!
> I'm thinking about the Fedora Life Cycle and i have some conclusions:
> - - 13 months is a very short life cycle time and it's a bad thing
> thinking in the Fedora Marketing (I am constantly asked about it in my
> lectures).
> - - with this short time we cannot use Fedora in production servers. In
> Brazil we have BIG FEDORA CASES and it's a major concern of Brazilian TI
> Managers.
> - - many of linux distributions has more than 13 months of life cycle
> So,how can we extend that life cycle to increase for at least 2 years by
> release?
> IMHO, we should do this!!
> Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira
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Laith Juwaidah
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