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On 11/19/2013 02:16 PM, Simo Sorce wrote:
I think the reason why Fedora releases new kernels frequently is
to address rapid hardware enablement w/o dreadful backports nobody
has the energy to make on such a vast fast moving code base.
If you missed it in my other email, the kernel team has a well-stated
explanation of why they do releases the way they do:
I think there's some value at least to tying our Fedora Server stable
releases to one of the LTS kernels to minimize disruption.
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