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Bruno: The following sentence reads weirdly: "When creating an updates overview, there are some factors that need to be taken into account. The first, and foremost, is keeping in mind the broad criteria the Board set out for the entire Fedora distribution, which describe someone who:" It implies (to me at least) that the criteria apply to the distribution, but they actually apply to some set of people and I don't think the distribution is made up of the people to contribute to it. I don't have a specific wording change, but I think some mention of which people the criteria refer to would help.

Question to the board: The vision reads:

Stable releases should provide a consistent user experience throughout the lifecycle, and only fix bugs and security issues.

Note that this is an AND conditional while it should IMHO be an OR. What if an update fixes a bug or even security issue BUT changes the user experience? Are package maintainers supposed to backport every change? --Cwickert 17:22, 6 July 2010 (UTC)