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Savio Rodrigues

Hi Alex,

Getting the vendors to agree on a 'standard' while getting ISVs to trust that the API will work just as well as today’s method (write/test differently for the distros you want to run on) and will work in the future (i.e. a leading vendor won't go their own way) is going to be a challenge.

I'd be interested to know how many ISVs test directly against the LSB and not against RHEL or SLES individually. One could argue that having the LSB means ISVs can test one LSB-certified platform thoroughly and then just run distro-specific tests (GUI, install, etc) on other LSB-certified platforms. In any case, the LSB-related metrics may give us an indication of the uptake that the package API could expect.

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