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    Default article typo

    The first line of the last paragraph on the last page of the 1 year with ati x1000 linux support article there is a typo comparing an x1800XL vs another x1800XL when one should be an x1800XT.

    "The last time we had compared the Radeon X800XL to the Radeon X1800XL was in our original Radeon R500 Linux..."

    Your thoughts on leaving this thread open so that future typo's can be addressed quickly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    The first line of the last paragraph on the last page of the 1 year with ati x1000 linux support article there is a typo comparing an x1800XL vs another x1800XL when one should be an x1800XT.

    "The last time we had compared the Radeon X800XL to the Radeon X1800XL was in our original Radeon R500 Linux..."

    Your thoughts on leaving this thread open so that future typo's can be addressed quickly?
    Actually, note it says X800XL to the X1800XL (not not an X1k product in the first model mention). But we can keep the thread open for future typos.

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    irony knows no bounds

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    Default Farewell Fedora Core 5 typo

    May 03, 2007 -- Max Spevack has issued a statement on the fedora-announce-list that software updates for Fedora Core 5 is coming to an end. On June 29, 2007, Red Hat will discontinue support for Fedora Core 5. Fedora Core 5 "Bordeaux" will have had a lifespan of 15 months, which is long for the Fedora Project but not nearly as long as the LTS (Long Term Support) releases from Ubuntu. Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper Drake LTS is supported on the desktop for three years (until 2009) and on servers for five years (until 2011). Previously Fedora releases were supported for less than a year. Users of Fedora Core 6 "Zod" will updates for about one month after the release of Fedora 8, or the end of 2007.

    spotted a typo in the Farewell Fedora Core 5 article summary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    May 03, 2007 -- Max Spevack has issued a statement on the fedora-announce-list that software updates for Fedora Core 5 is coming to an end. On June 29, 2007, Red Hat will discontinue support for Fedora Core 5. Fedora Core 5 "Bordeaux" will have had a lifespan of 15 months, which is long for the Fedora Project but not nearly as long as the LTS (Long Term Support) releases from Ubuntu. Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper Drake LTS is supported on the desktop for three years (until 2009) and on servers for five years (until 2011). Previously Fedora releases were supported for less than a year. Users of Fedora Core 6 "Zod" will updates for about one month after the release of Fedora 8, or the end of 2007.

    spotted a typo in the Farewell Fedora Core 5 article summary
    Corrected, thanks.

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