On Fri, May 25, 2018 at 08:31:48PM -0000, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
your point 3 is not going to work. As I outlined in that email, so
many component literally broke FreeIPA in Fedora 28 development
timeline, that keeping Fedora 27's 4.6.x series was not possible.
I'm sorry for not putting out the message to more generic lists. I
assumed wrongly that people interested in FreeIPA deployments would be
on freeipa-users@ mailing list already.
Just as one example: it's what I use to as a KDC at home (mainly for my
NFS/krb5 testing). I routinely upgrade my home server soon after a new
Fedora version comes out and wouldn't have thought (or even really know
how) to check whether some component might break on upgrade.
> I spent last four months trying to communicate the dire state FreeIPA
> will be in the Fedora 28 release to Fedora people. I failed, perhaps
> my style of "everything is on fire" was less than convincing.