Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 19th Dec 2006 22:07 UTC, submitted by Rahul
Fedora Core When a group of Red Hat Fedora developers, engineers, and mangers got together last month for a three-day summit in Westford, Mass., the goal was to establish short- and long-term plans for future Fedora projects. The brainstorming session resulted in a road map that will lead to changes for the Fedora community as a whole.
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RE[2]: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy
by robgarth on Wed 20th Dec 2006 06:25 UTC in reply to "RE: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy"
robgarth
Member since:
2006-04-30

Feel free to rant, but you do not no my circumstances. I am not an enterprise customer. I do not expect enterprise support. I do not need enterprise support.

I am in the education sector, I like Fedora, I participate in the mailing lists and bugzilla. I know what Fedora stands for, and I support it. My main motivation for using Fedora is it's philosphy of free software. I do run CentOS where appropriate for Oracle and the like.

But in any type of production environment having patches stop for your infrastrcuture without any notice is enough to get me mad, and make me consider moving.

Ranting does not help anyone, and I hope I wan't ranting.

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RE[3]: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy
by chas_martel on Wed 20th Dec 2006 14:43 in reply to "RE[2]: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy"
chas_martel Member since:
2006-12-04

I believe the rant is at your using the wrong tool for the job.

You complain at the ranter yet your ranting yourself.

Why are you getting mad for Fedora doing exactly
what they told you they are doing?

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RE[3]: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy
by fsckit on Wed 20th Dec 2006 16:52 in reply to "RE[2]: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy"
fsckit Member since:
2006-09-24

But in any type of production environment having patches stop for your infrastrcuture without any notice is enough to get me mad, and make me consider moving.

Which is exactly the point. Fedora was never meant for production systems, and never claimed to be. The fact that you deployed the wrong system for a particular purpose makes it your fault, and yours alone.

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RE[3]: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy
by plenque on Wed 20th Dec 2006 17:14 in reply to "RE[2]: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy"
plenque Member since:
2005-10-10

try centos...

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RE[4]: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy
by sukru on Wed 20th Dec 2006 19:57 in reply to "RE[3]: R.I.P. Fedora Legacy"
sukru Member since:
2006-11-19

try centos...

Yep we need to emphasize this. You're more than right.

For desktop systems Fedora is really nice. You get to try the latest stuff at an acceptable stability level (3d desktop, mono, xen, and many other bleeding edge software).

Otherwise just go with CentOS. It's just what you're looking for.

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