[CentOS] Centos 6
dazo at users.sourceforge.net
Thu Mar 3 15:01:44 UTC 2011
On 03/03/11 02:49, aurfalien at gmail.com wrote:
> On Mar 2, 2011, at 5:43 PM, Johnny Hughes wrote:
>> On 03/02/2011 04:45 PM, David Hrbáč wrote:
>>> Dne 2.3.2011 01:14, Dag Wieers napsal(a):
>>>>> From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CentOS
>>>> RHEL4: 2005-02-14
>>>> CentOS-4: 2005-03-09 23 days
>>>> RHEL5: 2007-03-14
>>>> CentOS-5: 2007-04-12 29 days
>>>> RHEL6: 2010-11-10
>>>> CentOS-6: TBD 112+ days
>>>> Priority is CentOS 5.6, which is what people are actually using.
>>>> It is
>>>> very likely a RHEL 6.1 Beta is out before CentOS-6.0. Early RHEL
>>>> 6.1 Beta
>>>> access has been offered by Red Hat to RHCE's already.
>>> RHEL5.6: 2011-01-12
>>> Centos-5.6: TBD 50+ days
>> Do you think we can't count?
>> Do you think we are not trying or damnedest to get it done as fast
>> as we
>> possibly can?
>> What, exactly, is the problem here?
>> You have my permission to use something else. Does that help?
> Wow you actually got a dev to waste time in responding to your post.
> I'd say your a pie hole, the brown eyed suzie kind. Go buy RHEL for a
> few hundies then.
No! This is a lame excuse. The developer chose to respond to it. He
could just have ignored that post. He is not required to give any answer.
The developer *chose* to waste time giving a completely useless response.
He could rather have looked another way and continued doing something
else, which would be more productive in this case.
To be honest, I dislike the attitude of some CentOS developers, basically
telling people to f*** off whenever a nerve is hit. If there was another
CentOS alternative which stays as close to RHEL as CentOS does, I would
really been using that instead.
I appreciate the work of the developers a lot. I appreciate CentOS a lot.
I know and understand that there is a lot of work behind CentOS. But the
developers are not gods who can do whatever they like just because of their
And if developers complains about lack of community help ... maybe they
should look a little bit closer on how they treat the community first.
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