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Fedora Core 3 and the pace of development

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This article also takes a look at the changes between Fedora Core 2 and 3...
Red Hat uses a time-based development schedule for Fedora, that means every six months we will see a new version of it. The other approach would be a feature-based schedule, that's the way Debian handles its releases, for example. This means that Debian stable releases differ greatly from one another and are easily discriminable, whereas the advancements in Fedora are often much more subtle and it may be even difficult to distinguish the particular versions at first glance. So, today, I want to look at the differences between Fedora Core 2 and 3.
 read more | mail this link | score:1565 | -Ray, November 29, 2004
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