Skip to main content

On average, there is a new <span class="proflinkWrapper"><span class="proflin...

- 2013-03-29T09:55:36+0000 - Updated: 2013-03-29T09:56:50+0000
On average, there is a new +systemd release every 16 days!

Recently I had a gut feeling that the releases oscillate between longer "feature" release, followed by "bugfix" release few days later. Like emulating old odd/even versions - development/stable model. Graph proved my guts were wrong.

Few outliers:
- v12 (40 days) - fstab, crypttab and similar handled in C; lots of other stuff
- v16 (44 days) - mostly bugfixes
- v38 (91 days) - journal
- v183 (70 days) - udev merge
- v197 (48 days) - OnCalendar= in timer units; bootchart merge
- v198 (59 days) - drop-in directories for unit customization
Shared with: Public, systemd
- 2013-03-29T11:43:47+0000
Throwing new release over the wall every 2 1/2 weeks might be a bit too fast I personally would like us to sync it ( along with couple of other coreOS components ) with the kernel release cycle ;)


Comments powered by Disqus