Jeffrey Ollie wrote:
On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 8:33 AM, Dmitry Butskoy <email@example.com> wrote:
This situation seems to be reflected in the Fedora project itself. Guess,
how many Fedora infrastructure servers are run under the latest "stable"
Almost none. The reason is simple - the Fedora project does not have
infinite resources, the most important of which is time. As can be
seen from the recent intrusion, completely rebuilding the
infrastructure takes a lot of time and causes a lot of pain. It's a
better use of human resources to use RHEL in the Fedora Infrastructure
so we don't have to be continually rebuilding systems
I would prefer that Fedora would be stable enough, thus does not require
"continually rebuilding systems"
When the infrastructure of some distribution use this distribution
immediately, the quality of the distribution is compelled to be much
higher. In other words, when you create a bug, it is much better when
this bug strikes your head at the same time, rather than someone will
report it in bugzilla, where it will be delayed for a long time...
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