reflecting on first UDS session on "rolling releases"
jono at ubuntu.com
Wed Mar 6 04:23:13 UTC 2013
On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 8:13 PM, Scott Kitterman <ubuntu at kitterman.com> wrote:
> I agree. My main point is that such things are pre-requisites to a new
> release model. We don't have them, so we should get them before we change to
> something we're not ready to support.
My feeling here is that new processes and models need to have a level
of assurance that it is going to work. I am not averse to taking
risks, but there needs to be (a) a reasonable amount of reward to
justify the risks, and (b) enough assurance to ensure that the change
is not reckless. Of course the challenge in a community such as ours
is that we all have different definitions of risk and assurance - I
think the trick in this discussion is finding a good middle ground of
what is considered acceptable risk and requisite assurances.
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