>> Greg KH wrote:
>> No, please don't confuse people, if you add more repos than just
>> Tumbleweed you really had better know what you are doing
How am I supposed to "know better what I am doing" if there is:
- no official (SDB) documentation on priorities
(I could add it based on Cristian Vegas forum post:
- no docu on how to use Tumbleweed+Packman in the packman wiki (this is
not your problem, I will ask packman to add it)
- almost no docu in the community-wiki:
There is no word about setting priorities which is recommended by you
and Cristian Vega WHEN using TW+packman - if I understood right.
Is it legaly possiple to add a link from
to the packman-wiki-page and/or the
community-wiki-page explaining TW+packman?
Please do not say that you just should not use TW+packman because many
bleeding edge users (and most TW users are bleeding edge) just do it
rely on packman.
Don't add anything about repo priorities
, why do that, it just confuses people.
I am a user (not a developer) and I am confused because of the lack of
documentation of features. You cannot overloock that there are
priorities in yast/software-management, so you need to know how to use
them best or they should be hidden behind an "expert-button" or so, and
even then they need documentation. I admit there are 2 centences about
priorities in Yast/repo-management if you click "Help", but they do not
tell why one would use priorities or how they are used best in which
- user was confused about priorities (+TW)
- user found help in forum+mailinglist
- user wants to give his new knowledge to the community so other users
won´t have to dig for the info in forum+mailinglist again
OS community discusses right now if/how to strengthen
Tumbleweed... one way would be, that Packman+TW would be supported
How do you know that it isn't already supported by packman? Last time I
checked, it was...
What means support here? As I state above, their wiki-guidance on TW is
far from complete...
I hope I explained my point of view better this time :D
Thanks for your time - Thomas
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