12.10 accessibility

Christopher Chaltain chaltain at gmail.com
Thu Sep 13 18:01:42 UTC 2012

On 13/09/12 12:03, Nolan Darilek wrote:
> On 09/13/2012 11:49 AM, Andy B. wrote:
> I'm still on 11.04 for a variety of reasons namely dealing with always
> losing speech mid-upgrade and no longer having another box to SSH from,
> so I'm not terribly familiar with Unity. I know that if I install
> 12.04.01, I likely won't upgrade to 12.10 for a while, so if 12.10 is
> mostly ironed out then I'd rather install that and deal with rough edges
> for a month or so than be a release behind.

I wouldn't consider 12.04 to be a release behind 12.10, especially if
you're going to move up to 12.04.1 and 12.04.2 and so on. 12.04 is an
LTS release and will be supported for five years. 12.10 will only be
supported for 18 months.

I'm not saying you shouldn't want to move up to 12.01. I'm just saying
that these are different releases with different conditions, so I
wouldn't consider one to be behind the other. It depends on what you
plan to do with this install.

Christopher (CJ)
chaltain at Gmail

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