On 21.09.2007 19:11, Chuck Ebbert wrote:
Fedora 6: leave on 2.6.22 until end-of-life
There are so many workarounds and backwards-compatibility
issues in there that it just doesn't seem worthwhile to
Fedora 7: update to 2.6.23 after Fedora 8 is released
May as well update, the issues aren't nearly so great and
users will probably want the latest kernel.
Just wondering: Why wait for F8? Seems 2.6.23 is 1-10 days away. So it
we quickly ship it in updates-testing (and updates proper maybe a week
or two after if not to many bugs show up there) for F7 we might hit and
fix some more kernel bugs in F7-testing/F7 and get those fixes into the
F8 kernel as well, which results in a better kernel for both F7 and F8.