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On Mar 30, 2014 12:05 AM, "Rahul Sundaram" <metherid(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Sat, Mar 29, 2014 at 11:58 PM, Liam < wrote:
> In not sure this would constitute a "significant
" change, but assuming
it were, can you point to where this decision has been
formally stated? I'm
certainly aware that Fedora is upstream first, but I believe we carry
patches in cases where we have to.
The Distribution Integration possibility might be the relevant issue.
Again, I'm not sure this qualifies because I don't think Workstation is
quite at the point of discussing these types of ux issues, yet.
> That may not be appropriate in
this particular case but I think the
needs of the Fedora project have to come before
Divergence may not be necessary and is always a maintenance burden. So
primarily in the space of upstream projects for core development
and focus within Fedora should be as a point of integration and
projects/infrastructure that help with that.
Of course. That's why I said that Fedora tries to upstream
as much as
possible, but, as your document says, that's not always possible.
In brief, I don't think we are disagreeing:)