July 23, 2013

Fedora Developer Proposes Big Changes Focused on Agility, Better Design

Fedora remains a very popular flavor of Linux, and is favored by some of us at OStatic. Now, it looks like the working model for how Fedora's ongoing versions are built might forever change. Matthew Miller, who is Fedora's Cloud Architect, has announced a proposal to reshape the way that the Fedora Project builds its Linux distribution, focusing on more cohesive integration of the distro's components. 'Fedora.Next' is a concept for organizing Fedora around a series of 'rings' that would have their own package requirements and component integration rule sets.



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