Let's Discuss Interim Releases [no raring]
buzzmandt at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 17:43:58 UTC 2013
As one of the user base I hope I can reply here.
I use kubuntu dev version so I can always be up to date with the latest and
greatest. Especially the latest version of kde. You guys (kubuntu devs)
rock and I always look forward to the next update. I do various bug reports
when I can but I don't know the programming side well enough to know the
work load of the current release schedule vs. a rolling type release.
Having said that I would LOVE kubuntu rolling release. I have been looking
recently into rolling release distros but my fondness for kubuntu
specifically has kept me from jumping the gun. Mostly because as in my mind
if I constantly jump to the next dev version I'm as close to a rolling
release in my favorite distro as I can be. If a user has any say I must say
+1 on the rolling release idea.
Thank you for all you do devs. Just letting you know it IS appreciated.
On Feb 28, 2013 12:18 PM, "Scott Kitterman" <ubuntu at kitterman.com> wrote:
> On Thursday, February 28, 2013 04:58:27 PM Jonathan Riddell wrote:
> > On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 07:31:49AM -0800, Rick Spencer wrote:
> > > Therefore, I think we should keep LTS releases, but starting now,
> > > doing interim releases and start a rolling release.
> > Many people gave up a week of their lives to plan Raring and have been
> > working on it for the last 4 months. Is this suggestion to
> > immediately do away with those plans 2 months from release date
> > serious?
> > As this "let's do a UDS next week" this feels like a plan long hatched
> > and only now presented to Ubuntu.
> Definitely. I wonder what the next announcement will be?
> Scott K
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