ja at houp.info
Thu Jul 20 23:00:37 UTC 2006
Diederick de Vries napisał(a):
> Me, as an average user, I dread every single release. It involves work because
> things apparently needed to change. They are effectively an interruption of
> what is otherwise a very nice system.
> I would hope that everything that changes is done as much as possible using
> the normal and elegant Crux mechanisms (prt-get update) and that new releases
> are only done when absolutely necessary, even though they may look nice on
> osnews and distrowatch.
As opposed to your post Diederick, I really like the idea to have new
releases more often. I would rather like to prt-get update mechanism to
be as stable as possible and not change anything important - to give as
much stability and security as possible. New features, new major
versions of big applications/frameworks/desktop environments should go
into new distribution release.
Of course some people would like to have security updates for older crux
versions to be published longer then for a half of year. But that would
require some extra work to do...
Anyway I would love to see new crux every winter and summer for example.
Witold Bołt :: ja at houp.info
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