[CentOS-devel] CentOS Release Timeline (Graphical Display) - Round 2
Alain Reguera Delgado
alain.reguera at gmail.com
Tue Oct 14 13:25:10 UTC 2008
On 10/13/08, Dag Wieers <dag at centos.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 13 Oct 2008, Alain Reguera Delgado wrote:
>> Check the following links once again, please:
> I am afraid there is too much information on a single page, and it is
> harder to understand because of those dates you added.
> Also I would not call it "Full Updates" and "Maintenance Updates". Red Hat
> turned away from those names and now call it phase 1, phase 2 and phase 3
> (iirc) so that you are forced to read what they mean. I am sure marketing
> wanted to avoid people to only take notice of when they had "Full updates"
> aka. "Full support".
> Update releases are now officially every 6 months.
> Also the Full Updates phase should be 4 years out of the 7 years for RHEL4
> and RHEL5. To me it looks like it is only 3 years on your slide. (eg.
> RHEL4 is not out of Full Support yet).
> The location of the minor release number is very confusing, I think people
> may make the wrong conclusion based on the location inside of the bar.
> Suffice to say I like my original slide over this one.
Dag, could we work together in the graphical display building ?
I'd appretiate a table or somthing with relevant dates, concepts ...
one for CentOS and maybe one for RHEL ... maybe we could open a page
in the wiki to list this kind of information and to list how these
graphical display should be conceived. It would be a place to put
ideas, progress and whatever people consider helpfull.
Karan: The logo image and Login link in
https://projects.centos.org/trac/artwork seem to be desapierd. Do you
know something about it ?
> PS I noticed there was "Maintainance Updates" in the slide instead of
Yep, I mistaken the word here ... I'll fix it on the next render :).
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