I am trying to understand how quickly and via which steps and workflow
the updates to packages of a default opensuse distro are being
released, and who decided where and when and how (transparently) and
where discussions of the updates take place and so forth.
I have for example found:
and the testing update repo for leap 42.1 for example and the default
public update repo for leap 42.1
Do all those packages from the build Maintenance page first go into
the test update repo?
Where are they being discussed, results, breakage, satisfaction, respins, etc?
When do they move over to the public update repo if at all, or do they
get re-built for the public repo?
Who decides all these steps and allows the workflow to continue?
I notice for example the Firefox 46 updates are still not published by
opensuse although many other distributions have long ago on day 0
concurrently with mozilla source code and binary releases of ffx 46
released their patches and updated distro packages as well (e.g.
I would like to understand how all this works and who decides on speed
of releases, and on importance and impact and for delays and so on.
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