[CentOS] CentOS 5.4? anyone?

John Plemons john at mavin.com
Thu Oct 15 15:05:10 UTC 2009


Many of the questions are due to ignorance from many of us not versed in 
what it take s to come up with the release.  For Version 5.5 when we get 
that far,  if some one could work up a quick and dirty web page 
checklist showing the basic progress and what steps are left to bring 
the release to the public are detailed for everyone to see, then these 
questions might stop.  And so might the sharp quips given as responses 
to the inquiry. 

Let me say before I get quipped. that I do not have the skills ( haven't 
learned them ) to go through this process of building the release, I'm 
more of a hardware guy. But I really do appreciate all of those who can 
do the work for doing what you do and for the selfless work that you 
do.  You benefit the Linux world through your work and are very much 
loved by us who can't do it...  Again forgive us who can't since we have 
no concept of the time and energy that it takes to do the work.

John Plemons



Jeremy Rosengren wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 7:07 AM, Miguel Di Ciurcio Filho 
> <miguel at ic.unicamp.br <mailto:miguel at ic.unicamp.br>> wrote:
>
>     mbneto wrote:
>     > Hi,
>     >
>     > The last status (from twitter) is 2 days old with the '5.4 is baked!
>     > centos internal network will start syncing up today. Release ~
>     soon!'.
>     > Any ETA?
>     >
>
>     Just relax and wait, this is a _volunteer_ based project. Want a
>     release
>     date? Go pay for RHEL.
>
>
> This response is just as annoying as the request for an update.
>
> -- j
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