On 06/24/2010 06:45 PM, Peter Czanik wrote:
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.
The strategy targets project in general, not only distribution. This
question is technical, take it to appropriate mailing list
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
I think it makes sense and I like it.
- smaller, independent derivatives could stay as OBS
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