Seems pointless releasing something that is only supported upstream for 9 Months.
I could make the 15.10 an official release, but once I have fixed everything and got the OS running smoothly with my changes, it might be about two Months after the official stable release of Ubuntu 15.10.
That means that my fork/remix will only have 7 Months of upstream support.
Because of this I have decided to stick with LTS releases and do point releases instead.
There was a time when people were happy to upgrade their systems every 6 Months or so. That trend seems to have faded.
Its not like upgraded gets you lots of new features anymore. The last few releases of Ubuntu have been relatively lackluster in terms of new features.
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