On 9/5/07, Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote: > Stephen John Smoogen wrote: > > As far as I understand it.. yes there will be a 5.0.1 and a 5.1.0. > > not clear if you meant that there are going to be 5.0.1 iso's as well ? > I do not know. I was under the impression that there would not be new isos for 5.0.1 but that could be the ASS U ME of the sales person 3-6 months ago. > > The 5.0.1 release should only be security errata and will be built > > against the 5.0.0 glibc and libraries. > > Thats going to be quite interesting, since it might imply a completely new > release. Lets see how it all pans out - if there are any real plans or redhat > endorsed docs that someone can point us at, that would be great. > I have nothing but what I got from asking questions of the TAM et al a while back. I do not know if all of 5.1 would be rebuilt or just the parts that get technology updates. > btw, does someone want to have a go at drafting up a policy we could use on the > mirror.centos.org network and on external mirrors so as to minimise drivespace > usage and still be able to offer the same user experience as upstream ? I know > that between Johnny, Lance and I we did do some prep work for this - and a lot > of options exist. But it would be good to get some fresh ideas on board and see > if we can work something out that works for most people. > I was wondering if we should see about stealing the new Dell built one for Fedora? -- Stephen J Smoogen. -- CSIRT/Linux System Administrator How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty world. = Shakespeare. "The Merchant of Venice"