[packman] Leap 42.2 repos
richard at thefifthcontinent.com
Thu Oct 20 12:32:04 CEST 2016
Does this mean that packman is essentially untested when a new version
of openSUSE is released?
Is the ROI on releasing packman when openSUSE enters the release
candidate stage to low to make it worth doing?
On 20/10/16 11:08, Stefan Botter wrote:
> Hi Bo,
> On Thu, 20 Oct 2016 09:14:43 +0200
> Bo Simonsen <bo at geekworld.dk> wrote:
>>> Hi there Packman team.
>>> Gabriele "gabriel_3" Tettamanzi here, openSUSE subreddit
>>> <https://www.reddit.com/r/openSUSE/> mods team and openSUSE project
>>> Leap 42.2 beta 3 is out and the RC1 is expected on October, 18th.
>>> I kindly ask you for 42.2 repos release date - of course the sooner
>>> the better.
>> Several persons asked now, most persons depends on the Packman
>> packages for having a usable system running, so it would be very nice
>> for integration testing that we could have packages that are
>> *actually* built against LEAP 42.2.
>> Anybody knows anything? We don't learn much from silence.
> As usual we will publish the repos, when the distribution is available.
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