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Ubuntu Not Switching to Rolling Release Model

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Ubuntu will not be switching to a ‘Rolling Release’ model anytime soon, despite recent reports to the contrary.

But Ubuntu’s Jono Bacon has revealed that pieces are being put into place‘ to allow such a decision to be made at a later date.


A rolling release model would see Ubuntu continually updated with new apps and features as it ‘rolled’ along rather than, as is the case at present, them only arriving in one go every 6 months.

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