OT: Release Cycles [was RE: [CentOS] special tricks for developers
box on centos 5]
Philip.R.Schaffner at NASA.gov
Fri Nov 30 14:22:43 UTC 2007
On Thu, 2007-11-29 at 19:01 -0800, Robert - elists wrote:
> > I think it's just too new and shiny. ccache is installed by default with
> > Fedora 8.
> Wow, fedora 8?
> Where have I been?
> Sheesh, most of us are still dealing with considering centos 5 migrations
> from rock solid centos 4 "as necessary" eh?
> Isn't this fedora thing getting a little bit "cat outta the bag" or has
> there been a consensus of how many passing fedora's will make up a new
> "upstream release number?"
> Anyone care to share?
> - rh
RH has shared already.
Fedora is released on an ~6 month cycle .
RHEL is released on an 18/24 month cycle .
18/6=3 and 24/6=4
EL5 branched off from FC6 during the testing stage, so EL6 should
presumably be derived from Fedora 9 or 10.
For more info google:
fedora enterprise site:redhat.com
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