|| ||Patrice Dumas <pertusus-AT-free.fr>|
|| ||Re: [Fwd: Wikipidia - Goodbye Red Hat and Fedora]|
|| ||Fri, 10 Oct 2008 16:31:37 +0200|
On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 09:13:44AM -0400, Mark Bidewell wrote:
> I would have to reply that rapid development is one of the reasons I love
> Fedora. Fedora fill a specific niche that fall between a Gentoo/LFS
> mentality (although in the past I have seen Fedora RPMs more up to date than
> Gentoo Ebuilds) and the superstable world of Debian and RHEL/CentOS.
> Ubuntu releases, also fit into this category although they do not move as
> rapidly as Fedora. I would submit that CentOS/RHEL IS the equivalent of
> Fedora LTS. Also, personally I have found Fedora to be more stable than
> Ubuntu. IMOFedora needs to stay true to its purpose, and let the users
> choose if that is appropriate for them.
I mostly agree, however it seems to me that a true Fedora LTS is
missing, that would allow those who want things that are new, including
for testing but cannot afford changing everything each year (servers for
example or user desktops). It seems to me that fedora ends up being used
almost exclusively as single user desktop, so that testing of other
functionalities is likely to be less widespread. Fortunately, those
functionnalities certainly need less integration and so less testing in
fedora before they go to RHEL/CENTOS + EPEL, but still it would
certainly have some relevance, in my opinion.
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