I have a quick question regarding Fedora post-release software updates. I know Fedora has a 6 month release cycle, which means you get bleeding edge software every 6 months upon release. After release, I know you at least get bug fixes/security updates for something like 12 months. However, I haven't seen the "type" of updates clearly defined anywhere. Are these just security fixes, or are you getting in "new" software like you would with a "rolling" distro like Debian Testing?
I'm just curious if the updates follow more of an Ubuntu model (6 month release with only security updates between releases), a Debian Testing model (constant trickle of new software), or perhaps a mixture of both...