Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 6th Mar 2009 22:15 UTC
SuSE, openSUSE Following in the footsteps of distributions like Ubuntu and Fedora, the openSUSE project has announced it will move to a fixed release schedule. However, contrary to the two aforementioned distributions, openSUSE will have an eight month release schedule. The new schedule was announced in an email by release manager Stephan Kulow.
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by liamdawe on Fri 6th Mar 2009 23:10 UTC
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Took them long enough!

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RE: Yay
by darknexus on Fri 6th Mar 2009 23:46 in reply to "Yay"
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As long as they don't prioritize the schedule over quality releases. I'd rather they hold a release back by a month to get some nasty bugs out than have it be released on time with serious problems.

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Yeah, but why not 9 months?
by kwanbis on Sun 8th Mar 2009 01:48 in reply to "Yay"
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6 is too little.
12 is too much.

Average is 9, which just happens to be what mother nature takes to create a child.

So i always thought 9 months would be the perfect timing.


Edited 2009-03-08 01:48 UTC

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