[Mageia-dev] How will be the realese cycle?

Tux99 tux99-mga at uridium.org
Tue Oct 5 16:04:57 CEST 2010

Quote: Gustavo Giampaoli wrote on Tue, 05 October 2010 16:01
> In fact, what you need to define is what's the "core" system.
> Then you could see "core system" will be updated every X month.
> Example: you decide to update core system every 12 month.
> So, "core system 2011" will last 12 month. But during those 12 month
> you provide constantly updates / upgrades for all the rest of the
> software that isn't part to "core".
> And of course, for "core system 2011" updates / bug fix / security
> patches / etc.
> During those 12 month, you can work in "core system 2012".
> Here, the "rolling" part is the "non-core" software that is constantly
> updated.
> This way "core system" becomes more stable every day during the whole
> year. But without getting older because in every moment you have the
> latest GIMP or Thunderbird available.

This is very similar to what I just suggested so I perfectly agree with

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