[Mageia-dev] How will be the realese cycle?
andr55 at laposte.net
Thu Oct 7 03:36:56 CEST 2010
Michael Scherer a écrit :
> Le mardi 05 octobre 2010 à 20:17 +0200, Ahmad Samir a écrit :
>> On 5 October 2010 19:53, Tux 99<tux99-mga at uridium.org> wrote:
>>> On Tue, 5 Oct 2010, Ahmad Samir wrote:
>>>> I looked at the description that Michael gave. And I think I know what
>>>> a rolling distro is having Cooker and all :). light/heavy makes no
>>>> sense here.
>>> I give up, i'm not sure if it's a communication problem or if you are
>>> simply pretending not to understand to wind us up.
>> Well, according to you I don't understand what you're saying, and also
>> Michael doesn't understand what you're saying, but maybe it's
> Well, let's try to be constructive.
> For all people interested into having a rolling release or a core based
> distribution, I propose that they write a document explaining :
> - the release process ( ie, what you put on iso )
> - based on what criteria
> - time based ?
> - regular snapshot ?
> - features based ?
> - how to decide what packages are upgraded day to day
> - what criteria for what kind of upgrade ( version upgrade, patch
> upgrade )
> - what procedure for upgrade ( test stage, direct upgrade ? )
> - for how long
> - how are updates built ( ie, against what tree )
> - what packages are not upgraded , unless there is a release, if there
> is one
> - what criteria warrant the stability of this component
> - how do we decide it will be upgraded
> Once people are able to produce this document, we will all be able to be
> on the same wavelength.
Good idea :)
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