Simply a bunch of Linux related comments from a user who can't stop trying new distributions.
Anyone have thoughts on whether a rolling release model will help or hinder Ubuntu’s development?
Linux Action Show interviewed the CEO of System76 discussed Ubuntu’s MIR project and general community drama.
“Canonical are opening a debate on whether or not Ubuntu should move away from its current release pattern in favour of a ‘rolling release’ model.
In a post to the Ubuntu Developer Mailing list Ubuntu engineering lead Rick Spencer argues that such a change is needed of Ubuntu is to gain the ‘velocity and agility’ it needs to reach its goal of device convergence.
But before you, or anyone you know, panics/punches the air in jubilation it’s important to note that no firm decision has yet been made.””
(OMG! Ubuntu!) 2013.2.28 (via hhks-hk310)
Not a bad idea, they can always test out the bugs for a month or so before rolling out a new package. As long as LTS and PPA’s are available we have the best of both worlds