leann.ogasawara at canonical.com
Mon Feb 10 14:09:54 UTC 2014
On Sun, Feb 9, 2014 at 5:50 AM, Philipp Kern <pkern at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> 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
> > kernel and X stack by default for hardware enablement purposes.
> > Maintainers of these enablement stacks have agreed to support these
> > a Trusty based enablement stack is supported in Precise. Once a Trusty
> > enablement stack is supported, all previous enablement stacks would EOL
> > be asked to migrate to the final Trusty based enablement stack which
> > 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)?
We intended for them to EOL around the 14.04.1 time frame. I think it now
seems reasonable to EOL them after 12.04.5 has released.
> 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
> > after (exact date TBD).
> What would the rough date for the Precise point release be then? August?
The point releases have roughly held a 6 month release cadence and I don't
believe that should change for 12.04.5. Since 12.04.4 released in
February, August sounds like a reasonable estimate assuming we can avoid
clashing with the 14.04.1 release. It might be more realistic to push
12.04.5 to September, but I'll leave that to the discretion of the Ubuntu
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