|| ||Dag Wieers <dag-TpjQRECdbeTQT0dZR+AlfA-AT-public.gmane.org> |
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|| ||Re: progress? |
|| ||Sun, 20 Feb 2011 18:13:28 +0100 (CET)|
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On Sun, 20 Feb 2011, Johnny Hughes wrote:
>> Could I ask a simple question:
>> When the Centos6 build (for i386 or x86_64) was release / build at 100%
>> (or close) ?
> It might be 2 weeks from now or 2 months from now. I would like to
> think it will be closer to 2 weeks, but it will be completed when it
> gets completed.
So it's absolutely normal a CentOS 5.6 release is 10 weeks late and
there's no intent to speed up the process to lower the time to do future
If that is the case, we might want to make that more clear on the wiki,
eg. in my CentOS introduction presentation from 2008 we still mention that
releases are (up to) 4 weeks behind RHEL.
I don't think most of the users ever expected to be without security
updates for 10 weeks or more when choosing CentOS, and that is an
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