Posted Aug 8, 2009 8:15 UTC (Sat) by daniels
In reply to: Assesment
Parent article: Shuttleworth: On cadence and collaboration
If Canonical doesn't think that PPAs nor OEM repositories that they control would be considered part of the agreement, that should be said as early on as possible to prevent any later re-interpretation.
Why would they? He said part of the release. PPAs are not part of releases. No-one has ever even suggested they are, except for you, who apparently considers Rawhide and people.fedoraproject.org to be a part of RHEL.
A release is defined fairly strictly by virtue of what's in the repositories for that release, which is a finite and well-known set of packages. You're the only one on the planet who seems to think that just because something has the same domain name or is funded by the same people, it's also magically part of the release, which is provably false. This argument is getting incredibly dull.
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