Fedora 11 is nearly in beta, and thanks to some judicious cuts at the
end, we made it to 100% feature complete. Thanks to the many people
who helped out reviewing packages and testing.
What do we want to aim for in Fedora 12?
Some ideas - please add your own to this thread.
(1) Win64 support
(2)? Use mingw-w64 project to build 32 bit w32api/runtime, since
mingw-w64 seems to be more active.
(3) Darwin / OS X support
(4) Get some of the issues resolved in the packaging guidelines:
(5) Expand active members, particularly packagers. I would like to
start by having a website which doesn't suck like our current one.
(6) Move educational materials to a single place.
(7) Have a FAQ.
(8) I'd like to have a reasonable Python story. I spent a lot of time
trying to get Python and Python libs to cross-compile, without any
Richard Jones, Emerging Technologies, Red Hat http://et.redhat.com/~rjones
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