Gnome dot releases
jeff.waugh at canonical.com
Wed Oct 27 14:50:59 UTC 2004
On Wed, 2004-10-27 at 16:13 +0200, ghetto at ghetto.ch wrote:
> Sorry if I insist with that but, actually there is (at least for me) some
> bugs in the gnome desktop that I can't wait 6 months for a fix.
Which are they? They may be contenders for warty-update fixes.
> Releasing just after a new version of gnome, means that ubuntu will always
> have the first stable gnome release without the latest bugfixes. Is not
> about have bleeding edge stuff, but have working stuff.
> Maybe I've missed something? If I'm wrong I will be happy...
Ubuntu does a Preview release on the day GNOME is released, and then
does a Final release one month later. So that means we track GNOME
throughout its development, and have an additional month to do bugfixes.
GNOME point releases are usually made up of vendor fixes, and I fully
expect the majority of those to be from Ubuntu and Fedora in the future.
That means you won't be missing out on the fixes - they will be fixes
from Ubuntu anyway!
Ooh, ooh, ooh! http://www.ubuntulinux.org/ Ubuntu!
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