m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote: > > Johnny, chill. I don't blame him for being confused. Up until right now, > you updated to a point release, then, over the weeks and months, there > were updates. All of a sudden, there are *no* updates for the 6.0 point > release, which is a major change in what everyone expected, based on > history. this is the way it has always been: once upstream releases x.y+1 , there are no more updates to x.y (in upstream and therefore also in centos), until centos releases x.y+1 . the difference now is: if you want the updates which will become available once centos x.y+1 is released, you can get them through the CR repo. The price you pay is that the packages may not be as thoroughly tested as they will be when x.y+1 is released.