RE: Plans for Node.js 6.x

Sent from my Galaxy TabĀ® S2-------- Original message --------From: drago01 < ... at gmail dot com> Date: 5/1/2016 12:00 PM (GMT-05:00) To: Development discussions related to Fedora < ... at lists dot> Subject: Re: Plans for Node.js 6.x
On Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 4:00 AM, Stephen Gallagher < ... at redhat dot com> wrote:
The whole thread is based on this wrong assumption. Quoting from the
update policy [1]:

"If upstream does not provide security fixes for a particular release,
and if backporting the fix would be impractical, then a package may be
rebased onto a version that upstream supports. The definition of
practicality is left to the judgment of FESCO and the packager. "

And from the discussion that seems to be the case here so I'd opt for

4) Leave 5.x in and once it becomes EOL and a security issues comes up
update to 6.x mid release. It would have had been tested in rawhide
(and possible COPR) in the meantime which would minimize the impact.

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