On Monday 08 March 2010 21:46:38 Arthur Pemberton wrote:
On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 8:26 AM, Rex Dieter
> One more call for discussion around another proposal that came out of
> FUDCon Toronto. Short version of this is that we'd consider slowing
> down updates a step, esp for the second half of a fedora release's
> lifetime, and to limit kde 4.x-type upgrades to at most 1 per release.
> Whatever we decide, increasing our transparency by documenting our update
> practices will hopefully help shape everyone''s plans and expectations.
> As it is, seems these vary wildly.
What will that mean for people like myself looking for little bug
Great opportunity for junior developers to backport/fix small issues ;-)
Also, what is meant to be the goal of this slow down? Is it too
much work for the Fedora KDE devs? If so I would be for it. Otherwise,
I'm quite happy with stability as far as Fedora is concerned.
It can lead even to more work - as for example backport of some security
issue. I've explained it in previous mail, check this thread - this is
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