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From: nosp at (nosp)
Subject: Re:

On Tue, 2003-11-04 at 23:07, Joshua Levitsky wrote:
> If  Fedora is the core of Red Hat ES then if Fedora's core release is
> late doesn't it mean that ES is now late?

ES 3.0 is already out -- visit, you can't miss it :). 
The relationship between the two is described on as:

The Fedora Project is one of the sources for new technologies and
enhancements that may be incorporated into Red Hat Enterprise Linux in
the future.

That has been interpreted by some (me included) as meaning that Fedora
packages may flow from Fedora to future RHEL versions.  But right now
they are sort of neck & neck: Fedora has some things RHEL hasn't, and
vice-versa, but "big" changes are in both.

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