On 10/31/05, Shawn M. Jones <smj at littleprojects.org> wrote: > dlion wrote: > > I think you missed the point. The point is the packages in centosplus > > will not be installed by default. So it WILL NOT HURT. Only those know > > about it will try to use it. That's a totally different thing than tell > > Redhat and wait, until the patch is available to EVERYONE. Most non-CJK > > people do not need it. > > Er, > > Why don't we do both? Put it into centosplus AND submit the patched > version to Red Hat. Then, if Red Hat decides to make it the "official" > version, we can remove it from centosplus and the "officail" srpm > percolates to CentOS. If Red Hat decides, for whatever reason, that > they do not want to use it, we still have it in centosplus. > > Just a thought, > > Shawn M. Jones I totally agree.