[CentOS-devel] Latest builds are now online 2014-06-25_build 4

Wed Jul 2 18:17:03 UTC 2014
Manuel Wolfshant <wolfy at nobugconsulting.ro>

On 2 iulie 2014 18:02:55 EEST, Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote:
>On 07/02/2014 03:53 PM, Les Mikesell wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 9:48 AM, Morten Stevens
>> <mstevens at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
>>>>>  I think what people want is to keep it closely tied to the
>>>>> identification.
>>>> yes, which is what this achieves.
>>> No, it doesn't. Close to upstream means 7.0 and not 7-0-core-1406.
>>> CentOS 7.0 will reflect RHEL 7.0 codebase / code age. Based on
>>> CentOS 7-0-core-1406 will confuse many people.
>> The confusion could be solved by a little table on the CentOS web
>> showing the matching identifiers.  Then again, if it is a 1:1
>> correspondence, why change it at all?  Just make the table showing
>> dates....  Or look at the timestamp on the file the way you usually
>> find dates when things were done.
>this is a great idea, I will write up something that expands on the
>numbering and also use that as something to point people working with
>variants and alternative media at.
>was going to do something for the release announcement, but having it
>more visible on the website and often linked ( maybe a readme in
>centos-release ? ) might be a great ( and easy ) win.
If the content is small enough, entry #1 in CentOS 7 FAQ. If not, separate wiki page also linked from FAQ #1

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