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Fedora Q

'core 1' is 'production'. Call it "Redhat 10" or "RedHat 9.1".

On Tue, 2003-11-11 at 13:33, David Kramer wrote:
> Is "core 1" a production release or a release candidate?  I could not find
> an explanation of their "core" terminonlogy on their website.  I get the
> impression that "release" becomes a fuzzy word, as they are doing the freebsd-
> style where there are not many releases, just a lot of updates that can be
> installed.
> Any feedback on it?
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