On 07/20/2012 10:27 PM, Johnny Hughes wrote:
> On 07/20/2012 09:19 AM, Chris wrote:
>> Hello CentOS Guys :-)
>> Oracle has created a new Website to capture CentOS Users
> This will be my only comment to this thread.
> The issue that Oracle highlighted, that existed in the first 3 quarters
> of 2011, has been fixed. CentOS now has 2 full time developers and I
> have created a graph that shows the same information, in 2012 (EL6
> Kernel release times) that Oracle depicted:
> As you can see, in 2012 CentOS has delivered the Kernels 48% faster than
> Oracle (25 days compared to 37 days).
> CentOS also delivered the bugfix kernel for EL6 released yesterday 17
> hours faster than Oracle.
> The speedy updates are not just kernels ... if you check turn around
> time for all packages in 2012, CentOS has been much faster than Oracle.
> Expect this to continue.
> Also, expect the CR repo to be used for all future point releases ...
> not just if we encounter problems.
> While I will not be petty enough to post a Migration script from Oracle
> Linux to CentOS (I can't believe they posted that ... REALLY?), I will
> likely help anyone who asks me for help with that specific migration.
> Johnny Hughes
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