I noticed that openSUSE:Tools has dropped its 11.3 repo already.
I understand 11.3 is EOL'd, but it seems like Tools repo should be special,
as it contains zypper -- the tool that lets you upgrade.
I understand that EOL means no longer "community supported" - that's fine..
but it seems to me that "community supported" is a completely different
concept than "exists as a repo in a project".
After all, openSUSE:Tools has RHEL 4 and all these other non-SUSE repos...
are those distributions "community supported" by the openSUSE project??
So I don't understand the rush to remove the repo.
Needless to say, I still have stable 11.3 systems around that I'm not ready
to upgrade just yet...
Archie L. Cobbs
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