Linux Planet on No Frozen Rawhide
On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 03:40:58PM -0500, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> "The bleeding edge of Red Hat's Fedora Linux community has long been
> the branch of Fedora code known as Rawhide. New contributions land in
> Rawhide first, marking the tip of new Linux development for Fedora,
> though activity there slows down during Fedora release cycles.
> As a result of a new move taken by Fedora developers this month,
> however, Rawhide is evolving to ensure that even when new Fedora
> releases are coming, the bleeding edge of Linux development won't
> grind to a halt.
> The change could mean that Fedora development will now be accelerated,
> with work continuing for the next major milestone, Fedora 13, while
> development on what will become Fedora 14 now occurring simultaneously
> in Rawhide. Fedora 13 is currently scheduled for a May 11 release."
> (read more at the link above)
Oops, my mail got out of sync and I didn't realize Kara had posted
this. Sorry, didn't mean to look like a swelled-head. :-
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