Fedora Core 4 Plans
joe.zicarelli at gmail.com
Tue Jan 18 22:39:52 CST 2005
On Tue, 18 Jan 2005 10:50:28 +1100, Jeff Waugh <jeff.waugh at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> No one's posted this yet, so:
> * They have similar goals with Xorg, GNOME, KDE (as per the Kubuntu team)
> and OpenOffice.org 2.0 - we still have a maybe on that.
> * They're going to be doing Xen stuff, much along the same lines as we
> talked about at Mataró -> we probably won't have this for hoary, but we
> should plan to have Xen fully integrated into our kernel packages for
> * Faster boot -> they should hope so, ours is rocking the casbah :-)
> * "Extras at launch time. Or else." -> it will take a while for them to
> gear up to the scale and usefulness of universe. ;-)
> - Jeff
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I like where Fedora is headed, in addition to totally digging the
whole Ubuntu process. The faster boot work is awsome. Good things
happening with Linux distros!
I did find this interesting from the Core 4 plans:
* Java - More native-compiled GCJ stuff. Including Eclipse.
Would GCJ be anything Ubuntu take advantage of? From what I
understand distributing any decent java-vm is a licencing mess.
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