BLFS-6.4RC1 or any
randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Feb 17 06:32:57 PST 2010
Simon Geard wrote these words on 02/17/10 04:49 CST:
> On Tue, 2010-02-16 at 17:38 -0600, Randy McMurchy wrote:
>> Right now, GNOME is almost there. X has some changes that need to be
>> done. I'm currently doing many packages. I can actually see a release
> The Gnome release calendar has 2.30 due out in about 6 weeks. Will BLFS
> have 2.28 be ready before then? Or will we already be out of date before
> the next BLFS is published?
If the community's expectations are that we have the most current
release of every package in the most recent BLFS book, then the
expectations are too high and are unreasonable.
Do you really think there will be that much difference between
GNOME-2.28 and GNOME-2.30? Enough to say BLFS is "out of date"?
I don't think so, but that is just one man's opinion.
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