On 10/8/08, Dag Wieers <dag at centos.org> wrote: > On Wed, 8 Oct 2008, Alain Reguera Delgado wrote: ... >> http://wiki.centos.org/AlainRegueraDelgado?action=AttachFile&do=get&target=en-centos-lifecycle.png >> http://wiki.centos.org/AlainRegueraDelgado?action=AttachFile&do=get&target=es-centos-lifecycle.png >> >> What do you think ? > > It definitely looks better. > > But is it easy to update ? Over the course of a year I had to change it a > few times. Usually to update it before a new presentation. Adding update > releases, shifting support times. Well ... each update needs a svg file modification and to update the related translation files. After that you'd have the image in as many languages as translation files exist. > Also, it is missing the update releases, which is an important item in > comparison to Ubuntu LTS or SLES wrt. hardware support and new media. Yep, where are those dates ? I would like to add them. > BTW The RHEL6 release will not be before the second quarter of 2009, > possibly after Fedora 11. So as you can see that major releases have > been shifting from 1.5 years to 2 year and now past 2 years. > > At that pace 7 years may no longer constitute 4 releases. Unless Red Hat > will at some point in time push the support time to 8 years or more. In > itself not unthinkable if the company keeps growing. Guys, could you provide a table with CentOS Relsease/Update dates. Those that you would like to see in the graphical display ? > I'd be interested to look at the SVG to see how we could improve it > further and whether it is mergable in OpenOffice (SVG support is flaky at > best). Absolutely. It would be released in https://projects.centos.org/svn/artwork/trunk/Main/svg/templates/ very soon. Cheers, al.