Blueprint: Ubuntu Server Guide development (LTS only)
johnkim.ubuntu at gmail.com
Wed Jul 17 22:36:41 UTC 2013
Although I don't run a server myself, I really like this idea. Sticking
to stability saves us a lot of effort.
On 2013? 07? 16? 10:46, William Van Hevelingen wrote:
> I think this a great idea. I run all LTS servers and I often just look
> at the most recent serverguide for up to date stuff because the LTS
> one is usually missing 6+ months of fixes.
> Any chance we can switch to Markdown or Restructed text? I've
> contributed a few times before and I would really appreciate it if I
> didn't have to work with XML.
> On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 8:33 AM, Peter Matulis
> <peter.matulis at canonical.com <mailto:peter.matulis at canonical.com>> wrote:
> Hi, I have created a blueprint  that affects the Ubuntu Server
> development schedule. After several years of observation both Doug
> Smythies and I have decided it makes more sense to publish the
> Guide for
> LTS releases only. There would be occasional (unofficial)
> of the current development branch (snapshots). If this sounds to you
> like the rolling release model you are correct, this is what we are
> proposing. Other changes include relaxing the string freeze and
> translation schedules. I hope to see you there.
> peter matulis
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> More info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam
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