Re: Linux Core Consortium
On Wed, 15 Dec 2004 18:59:05 +0100, Florian Weimer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> LCC could concentrate on providing such a distribution-independent
> execution environment, and perform the necessary integration tests for
> commercially relevant distributions.
> Just an idea. I think this is far more promising than lobbying
> distributions to delegate responsibility for core packages.
I very much I agree.
I'm totally confused by this whole thread. What advantage - both in
compatibility and competitiveness - would LCC benefit any
First I read that LCC is a standards body (implying a *like* to have
feature set) next I read its a certification body (implying a *must*
have feature set) -- is RH/FC gonna change all their certifications or
will Debian change to conform to RH/FC testing? Which Distribution
set the *standard* -- maybe I missed that?
Please understand, I'm not tryng to start a flame war but simply
trying to see what real tangible benefit to systems admins/developers
rolling out hetergenous architectures using RH/FC/SuSE/Debian...
Maybe the thread has went off topic and I got lost somewhere.
WC -Sx- Jones