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Exclusive Fedora Interview

May 27, 2008, 18:30 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Daniel Voicu)

"Softpedia: Is Fedora 9 a prelude for the next release, Fedora 10? If it is, how does it prepare the user for F10?

"Paul W. Frields: I think each Fedora release very much exists on its own, but shows a rapid evolution of technology as well. So in each release, you see improvements on technologies introduced in the last release, and the introduction of brand new ones as well. I think that's a necessity for continuity and stability. For instance, in this release we saw an evolution of our Live image tools to support non-destructive, persistent Live USB. The Live USB tool existed in the previous release but it didn't have the persistence capability as part of the package..."

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