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  • Here's How Fedora Plans To Reapproach Their Modular Server Plans

    Phoronix: Here's How Fedora Plans To Reapproach Their Modular Server Plans

    Earlier this month the Fedora Modular working group decided to throw in the towel on Fedora Modular Server 27 and instead to do a "classic" server edition. We now have more details on how the eventual re-architected Modular Server should look for F28...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...ar-Server-Redo

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    will this New approach wqork? only tim will tell but i have my doubts, IMO Fedora should leave Distro's like Ubuntu/Debian do it,

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Anvil View Post
      Fedora should leave Distro's like Ubuntu/Debian do it,
      No, innovation has always came from Fedora/RH. Debian has always been about packaging work, not a R&D project.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by cygn View Post

        No, innovation has always came from Fedora/RH. Debian has always been about packaging work, not a R&D project.
        yeah i kinda agree, butFedora are better sticking at what there best at. or better yet they shouldnt have an actual Releasde Schedule of this New Modular crap an have as. " it'll be released when its Ready by our standards " otherwise the Linux Comminuty get dissapointed i would think

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Anvil View Post

          yeah i kinda agree, butFedora are better sticking at what there best at. or better yet they shouldnt have an actual Releasde Schedule of this New Modular crap an have as. " it'll be released when its Ready by our standards " otherwise the Linux Comminuty get dissapointed i would think
          To be honest, that's going to happen anyway. Pretty much the only thing consistent about the "Linux Community" is that someone somewhere will be disappointed with something. Whether it's because their pet functionality with 5 enthusiastic proponents wasn't implemented in the first iteration, or because their vintage machine built from hardware salvaged from Sputnik won't be supported anymore, or because innovation is occurring and the one man with a TTY installed in his bicep doesn't approve because it's bloated - we're bound to be disappointed by something. There's nothing that will get 100% support or approval.

          Missed launch dates will probably generate a little more snark than usual, but it's pretty low on the flamewar spectrum.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Terrablit View Post
            Missed launch dates will probably generate a little more snark than usual, but it's pretty low on the flamewar spectrum.
            Eh, we Fedora users know better than to expect releases on time. In 14 years, they're put out 27 releases, and I don't think a single one has made it out the door without at least one rescheduling... some snark is assumed.

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            • #7
              Michael should stop reporting on Fedora release dates.

              We all know that it's newsworthy only when Fedora actually reaches a milestone on schedule.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Sonadow View Post
                Michael should stop reporting on Fedora release dates.

                We all know that it's newsworthy only when Fedora actually reaches a milestone on schedule.
                I dont see why even that would be newsworthy.

                A few days of flexibility to prevent showstopper bugs is not something I would really consider a delay, other than for purposes of trolling.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by You- View Post

                  I dont see why even that would be newsworthy.

                  A few days of flexibility to prevent showstopper bugs is not something I would really consider a delay, other than for purposes of trolling.
                  Ubuntu is much better, they ship always in time, even with bugs like that bios corruption bug lately!!!
                  Fedora should learn from Ubuntu!!!!

                  !!111!!


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