Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th Jul 2009 09:50 UTC, submitted by kragil
Debian and its clones Most mainstream distributions, like Ubuntu, Fedora, and Mandriva, have already adopted a time-based release schedule, meaning that releases are not done on a feature basis, but according to a pre-determined time schedule. The Debian project has announced that it has adopted a time-based release schedule too.
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IMHO
by Ringheims Auto on Thu 30th Jul 2009 05:41 UTC
Ringheims Auto
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2005-07-23

I would have said:

Most mainstream distributions, like Ubuntu, Fedora, and Mandriva, have already adopted a time-based release schedule, meaning that they release whatever crap they have ready at that point in time, regardless of its stability and quality.

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RE: IMHO
by mgl.branco on Thu 30th Jul 2009 12:12 in reply to "IMHO"
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2009-07-22

I would have said:

Most mainstream distributions, like Ubuntu, Fedora, and Mandriva, have already adopted a time-based release schedule, meaning that they release whatever crap they have ready at that point in time, regardless of its stability and quality.


I quite agree, not fully but I agree. They should at least use a 1 year time frame.

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