2010/3/6 Christoph Wickert <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Am Samstag, den 06.03.2010, 18:17 +0100 schrieb Micha┼é Piotrowski:
>> 2010/3/6 Christoph Wickert <email@example.com>:
>> > While we are at it, here is another great update:
>> > https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/F11/FEDORA-2010-3326
>> > ┬* ┬* ┬** New version introduced in F11.
>> > ┬* ┬* ┬** Doesn't fix any bugs but it's an enhancement only.
>> > ┬* ┬* ┬** Useless update description "update to 4.7.1".
>> > ┬* ┬* ┬** And *of course* it was pushed directly to stable, even in F-13.
>> > Dear maintainers, please stop this!
>> > Regards,
>> > Christoph
>> Is there any Fedora update policy?
> Not yet, but we are working on it, see
>> Because I don't understand the
>> criteria for Fedora package update.
>> Why I can install KDE 4.4 in F11 and I can't install latest gnome?
> Because the KDE SIG uses different criteria than most of the other
>> From my user point of view, I would prefer to don't have any
>> significant updates in previous stable version - just security fixes.
> Fully agreed, but this is something we are discussing for the last two
I have seen some discussions, but I don't follow them. I'm waiting for
> and I don't expect an agreement in the near future.
Pity. There are many Fedora policies that are useless for end users
like me, but update policy would be quite usefull.
> While I think
> that the decision about an update should generally be up to the
> maintainers, I think KDE or this update show that we were better off
> with an official policy.
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