Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 19th May 2008 18:40 UTC
GNU, GPL, Open Source Back in April 2008, Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth pitched the idea of major open source projects synchronising their release cycles on a 6 month period. Projects like gcc, the Linux kernel, GNOME, KDE, as well as the distributions, would work out an acceptable release schedule. It would allow for easier collaboration between the various projects, and hardware vendors would be better able to support Linux since all major distributions would ship with the same kernel version.
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I can't believe Aaron actually wrote that
by Rehdon on Tue 20th May 2008 06:47 UTC
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Too many capital letters ... has he learned how to use the shift key finally? ;)


(Note for the humour impaired: just a joke!)

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