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Chdslv
December 17th, 2012, 02:22 PM
Do we really have to worry about the development of Raring (and the 13.10), when it would have it end of life in October 2014? Or should we concentrate on Precise, which would live until April 2017? Or await 14.04 LTS, which would arrive in April 2014?

Quantal, Raring and 13.10 would be transitional releases, to try out the eventual bugs and the users. Like Natty, Raring would die away in the next 10 months.

zika
December 17th, 2012, 02:43 PM
Do we really have to worry about the development of Raring (and the 13.10), when it would have it end of life in October 2014? Or should we concentrate on Precise, which would live until April 2017? Or await 14.04 LTS, which would arrive in April 2014?

Quantal, Raring and 13.10 would be transitional releases, to try out the eventual bugs and the users. Like Natty, Raring would die away in the next 10 months.Most of us here do not worry about Raring... We're permanent customers here... At the end of one testing cycle we just embark on the next one... We even do not bother with LTS... So, I think this is the wrong place to start that kind of discussion...
Wasn't http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2095113 (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php) enough or a new thread about that should be going on...?
As far as I'm concerned I'm interested in particular bugs and errors that could be spotted and given heads_up...
Kind of rolling distribution for majority of us here...

rrnbtter
December 17th, 2012, 03:05 PM
Greetings,
Original by Zika

Most of us here do not worry about Raring... We're permanent customers here...
+1
If bugs are a problem don't move to Florida where the state bird it the mosquito.

rrnbtter
Life is good! Live it to the Ubuntu-ist!

coffeecat
December 17th, 2012, 03:21 PM
This forum is for...


This forum is for the discussion of the development of the next version of Ubuntu (Raring Ringtail).

So long as Ubuntu has a 6-monthly release cycle, Ubuntuforums will provide a new sub-forum every 6 months for people to discuss their testing of the current development version. If Canonical decides to change its release cycle, then the Forum Council will consider how best to meet the needs of forum members.

Thread closed.