[CentOS] OT: RHEL 6.1 is out
yinyang at eburg.com
Sun May 22 17:02:44 UTC 2011
On 05/20/2011 05:55 AM, Drew wrote:
> An .1 release is basically a .0 release + patches so I don't see any
> real difference. The hard part is reverse engineering the .0 release
> build environment and the .1 follows pretty quick from there.
You weren't reading the very long thread of the last week or so (I've
forgotten when it started...) If that were true, then every .x release
would "follow pretty quick". No reason has yet been given to expect 6.1
any more quickly than the average release time (about 6 weeks after 6.0
is released, so maybe 8 weeks from now). Expect it when it's done, and
don't hold your breath.
> Occasionally a .x release breaks the environment and you get
> situations like 5.6 was.
Who said anything about 5.6 breaking the environment? Everyone in the
very long thread gave the excuse that it was done concurrent with other
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