[xubuntu-users] 14.04 - going from strength to strength (but a question or two)

Elfy ub.untu at btinternet.com
Sat Apr 26 06:41:30 UTC 2014

On 26/04/14 07:33, James Freer wrote:
> I must say I thought 13.10 was v.good and 14.04 is even better. The 
> team have once again made a release one of the best versions of xfce 
> available.
> There are a couple of things which I wonder about?
> - I've found the LTS tends to have many updates in it's second year 
> and apps need updating that it's better to use the newer release.
> - Bearing that in mind why was the intermediate release update period 
> reduced to 9 months instead of 18. One now has to use each 
> intermediate release. I have found the October release stable and I 
> used to install that annually and miss out the April one.
> - I presume this is due to staff workload and if that's the case (and 
> the above points) would it not be in ubuntu interests to produce an 
> annual version that would allow more time for development & testing.
> james
The 9 months life of a release is nothing to do with us, that comes from 

Thanks for the thanks :)


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