Sascha Peilicke wrote:
On Monday 02 December 2013 16:17:26 Stephan Kulow
The fun part about rolling release you can decide
yourself when to jump
on it. There is no reason to update daily.
Quite frankly, I consider this still the best option to have a stable Factory.
It's brain-dead simple and may just require a little social interaction:
0) If you are not subscribed to opensuse-factory@ (and probably packaging /
buildservice), you should not run Factory.
1) So check opensuse-factory@ for issues regularly. If there was a mail two
weeks ago about udev (random choice of mine) being heavily broken and no fix
was pushed meanwhile, it may be a good hint to not update today :-)
Coming back from vacation and sick leave I just experience again how
much it sucks to find relevant information in old email threads :-)
Maybe package meta data could be made to carry some kind of good/bad
score. If a certain build of a package is rated down by people, zypper
could display a warning. Maybe the solver could even try to come up with
a solution that does not upgrade to the faulty build.
(o_ Ludwig Nussel
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