On 2/8/23 16:45, Mathias Homann wrote:
Am Mittwoch, 8. Februar 2023, 01:31:24 CET schrieb Simon Lees:
On 2/3/23 14:36, Simon Lees wrote:
This hackweek a group of us have been looking at using the ALP binaries provided by SUSE to create a functional successor to openSUSE Leap.
For reference this is all now documented on the wiki at https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:ALP/Workgroups/GrassyKnoll
and none of the discussion held here made it onto the page. Especially nothing about "Grassy Knoll" and why its a bad name made it.
Yes, the wiki page captures the technical information and details from our weeks work that is intentional. Consider it this way, we had an "ALP Workgroup" that ran for a week using the project name Grassy Knoll because we needed to call it something it was created to research a topic and create a proposal which it did.
Whatever we create post the Leap 15.5 that may use some of the information we gathered as part of this workgroups research will be done in the openSUSE namespace under a different name and will be recreated mostly from scratch, maybe with some scripting using the info from this workgroup as a basic guide. The point of this workgroup was a technical excersize to prove a concept could be done not a branding exercise.