* Bjørn Lie <zaitor(a)opensuse.org> [03-28-17 17:14]:
ti., 28.03.2017 kl. 16.48 -0400, skrev Patrick
In Other Words:
tumbleweed is NOT factory, but may be. Clear as a bell.
I do understand, but it is not clear to most.
No Tumbleweed IS Factory, but only after it has been through openQA and
then published as a "snapshot".
We do not publish Factory anymore for users to install from, but it
available for devel repos to build against.
this is becomming //bikeshed//, but
to make it clear to everyone:
tumbleweed == factory:snapshot
tumbleweed != factory:standard
but tumbleweed = factory is a *different* meaning.
tw is a "qualified" factory.
a tw user who does not understand the differenct will/can break his system
using factory:standard packages
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