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  • Fedora 22 Looks To Have RPM-OSTree For Atomic Upgrades

    Phoronix: Fedora 22 Looks To Have RPM-OSTree For Atomic Upgrades

    With Snappy Ubuntu being out there for atomic upgrades in the cloud and on servers, Fedora 22 is looking to have RPM-OSTree for providing atomic upgrades and server-side composes...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...c-Upgrades-RPM

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    Innovation, redhat style...

    ... Or just another case of history repeating.

    Step 1: Canonical or SuSE does something (for a change, if they don't, they get bashed by redhat too).
    Step 2: X weeks later, redhat says "Me Too!"
    Step 3: Then some issues are identified with the original implementation, and it is claimed that this is not just an NIH, just because, but that there are technical reasons for the NIH.
    Step 3: Then some bling features, which were planned for the original implementation, but delayed until a more useful time, get implemented, and very loudly trumped around.
    Step 4: Then the trolls step in and start the bashing.
    Step 5: Goto Step 3.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by libv View Post
      ... Or just another case of history repeating.

      Step 1: Canonical or SuSE does something (for a change, if they don't, they get bashed by redhat too).
      Fedora Atomic (with rpm-ostree) was here long before Snappy Ubuntu. No need to even read the rest.

      Nice try.

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