CentOS Death in 2021
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Wed Dec 16 01:23:39 EST 2020
This thread began with a concern over how Linux compatibility is
described in the Release Notes.
I proposed a solution, but it didn't resonate. Perhaps a different
approach may work:
The audience for the Release Notes is developers, and what developers
need to know is where LiveCode the application can be deployed.
Any consideration about specific distros the company provides technical
support for is arguably inappropriate in Release Notes altogether.
First, technical support obligations are better described in the license
offer. And second,they don't apply at all with Community Edition where
the company has no technical support obligations.
Since what we want to know is on which Linux distros LiveCode is known
to run well on, would replacing "support" with "runs on" suffice?
Of course we may touch up a few other sentence so it flows nicely, but
do I understand correctly that the concern is to know where LC runs?
If this suggestion doesn't cover what you're looking for, what would you
prefer to see there?
Fourth World Systems
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