rustguard wrote:What is it?
V15 Olivia Ubuntu Raring Supported until January 2014.
14 Nadia Ubuntu Quantal Supported until April 2014.
I dont get it?
All the work that must be put into a new release and it is over before it began?
Dont want to critisize, but it seems illogical? Does not compute?
I'm guessing spock aint on the the mint team and definatly not on the ubuntu team
Bolle1961 wrote:Starting with 13.04 ubutnu supports the non LTS versions only 9 months instead of 18. I think it would be wise if Mint drops the non LTS versions.
For the just-released KDE version of Mint 15, support is just 5 months.
Current system would be fine for new users if it were made clearer on the download page what the purposes and limitations are of the non-LTS versions.
For example, the download page could default to latest version, but have the LTS version on the same page with note about the expiry date of support. Would be clearer for Linux newbies that way.
Upgrading to Mint 16 or downgrading to Mint 13 LTS is recommended.
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