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[edit] Extended Fedora Life Cycle

[edit] Summary

The current Fedora life cycle gives 13 months of updates for every release (LifeCycle). While this may suffice for the average desktop user, corporate users of Fedora might not be able to upgrade as often. Extending the life cycle of updates to last one month after the release of Fedora N+3 will allow more time for such users to upgrade.

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  • Targeted release: N/A
  • Last updated: 27 January 2008
  • Percentage of completion: 0%

[edit] Detailed Description

[edit] Benefit to Fedora

By extending the support cycle of Fedora releases, the targeted range of users may be broadened.

[edit] Scope

Extending the life cycle of Fedora releases would affect virtually everyone who is a package maintainer.

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