So I spent the last couple of days working on the 2007 Errata. It was a lot of work but I’m quite proud of the result. It’s pretty exhaustive and I’ve got it almost perfectly in sync with official updates and Bugzilla: everything for which we’ve issued or are working on an update is listed, almost everything that’s listed is linked to a Bugzilla entry, and everything is carefully cross-linked between Bugzilla, the Errata, and the update advisories page. I am fairly confident in saying that our Errata now knock the stuffing out of Ubuntu’s Known Issues page for Edgy, and Fedora’s Common Bugs page for FC6. I can’t even *find* any kind of Errata for SUSE 10.1. As if that weren’t good enough, I also got the links to the Release Notes and Errata restored to the default home page, too.
I have to go on record and say I’m deeply jealous of the FC6 release notes, though. Our 2007 release notes are fine, but that’s just a hell of an effort. Kudos to whoever put it together.