pkern at ubuntu.com
Sun Feb 9 13:50:03 UTC 2014
On Fri, Feb 07, 2014 at 08:00:12AM -0800, Leann Ogasawara wrote:
> As many are aware, recent 12.04.x point releases have shipped with a newer
> kernel and X stack by default for hardware enablement purposes.
> Maintainers of these enablement stacks have agreed to support these until
> a Trusty based enablement stack is supported in Precise. Once a Trusty
> enablement stack is supported, all previous enablement stacks would EOL and
> be asked to migrate to the final Trusty based enablement stack which would
> continue to be supported for the remaining life of Precise.
When would they EOL? When the new one lands in -updates? Or after the
point release including it (w/ installer support)?
> Additionally, we would want to purposely avoid clashing the 14.04.1 and
> 12.04.5 release dates and would suggest releasing 14.04.1 first and 12.04.5
> after (exact date TBD).
What would the rough date for the Precise point release be then? August?
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