2010-06-24 18:06 keltezéssel, Malcolm írta:
On Thu, 24 Jun 2010 17:30:04 +0200
Pavol Rusnak <prusnak(a)opensuse.org> wrote:
Core will be under LTS, the rest of distro
will not be.
My understanding is kernel 2.6.32 is meant to be the current LTS type
kernel, eg SLE, RedHat, Ubuntu etc as this has LTS from the kernel
developers? Does this mean a regression from the newer kernel in 11.3?
RC1 is already out, so I suppose, that the strategy discussion targets 12.0.
I don't know, if it would make sense, but I'd create a three tire system
- there would be a core distro, which could be easier to port to other
architectures (PPC, ARM) and to maintain long term
- major derivatives (KDE, GNOME, special interest applications, etc.)
would make a second, larger repository (think of contrib, but being
larger than core), so it would be still a coherent system, but parts of
it lead by different parts of the community
- smaller, independent derivatives could stay as OBS projects
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