[CentOS-devel] Reality V/s Fantasy

Florian La Roche

Florian.LaRoche at gmx.net
Thu Dec 2 09:31:55 UTC 2010

Hello KB,

> One of the main things that the QA team needs to work with is 
> whitelisting for release, the branding stuff. That intself means the qa 
> team needs to stay small, non public access to early code builds. Also 

Red Hat distributes the source without restrictions and e.g. kernel.org
is mirroring it out on all its mirror systems, so there is no requirement
to keep the CentOS source hidden due to branding/whitelisting issues AFAIK.

I agree that binaries should maybe be kept until the branding and major
patching items are resolved, but clearly all this is a chicken-egg situation
on how to grow the participation for CentOS, right?


Florian La Roche

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