Re: Debian IS for the enterprise (Was: Debian Enterprise?)
Quoting Andreas Tille <email@example.com>:
> On Wed, 26 Nov 2003, Turbo Fredriksson wrote:
> > That have absolutely nothing to do with the issue(s)! I say again: The problem
> > with getting releases out the door in a timely manner (no, two years between
> > releases is NOT 'timely manner'!!) is the shear size of the distribution.
> Hmm, are you aware that long living releases are exactly what enterprises
> regard as an advantage and that this would support your "Enterprise-only-idea"?
Two-three years? No way!
> BTW, feel free to ignore the Custom Distributions approach which tries to
> cope with the size of Debian for certain tasks.
I don't. I think they are wonderfull, and exactly what's needed. But for the
server side of the enterprise, all that should be supplied by Debian GNU/Linux.
All the currently existing derivates of Debian GNU/Linux is for the end-user,
and that's fine.
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