On Fri, 2003-11-28 at 01:40, John Hasler wrote: > Steve Greenland writes: > > Changing the base of these apps is something to be done with great care > > and lots of testing. Nobody wants to (or can afford to) do this every > > year, especially when the existing systems is continuing to work just > > fine. > > If you release every year but support at least one "old" stable release > then existing servers can run at least two years without being upgraded > while new servers can have a release not more than a year old installed. That sounds like a potentially great idea. How much extra load would that put on the security team though (I'm assuming that's, essentially, the only key dependency here ??) ? zen -- Phone: +61 (0)412 166 990 Homepage: http://homepages.ihug.com.au/~zenaan/ PGP Key: http://homepages.ihug.com.au/~zenaan/zen.asc Please respect this email's confidentiality as sensibly warranted.
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