On Thu, Apr 9, 2020 at 14:30, Adrian Schröter <adrian(a)suse.de> wrote:
On Donnerstag, 9. April 2020, 14:09:22 CEST wrote
This does seem like a much more SLE focused than
transition, branded as a positive change for openSUSE, but at least
did not excuse yourself with Coronavirus as did The Qt Company ;)
How do we figure out branding, how do we package things that
have to differ between SLE and Jump? I do see the last question
skipping that point, does that mean the installation-images still
be different to account for different branding? Will the product
package differ? Will the branding be figured out based on
Nah, branding is done with a different set of packages. openSUSE will
definitive have it's own are of additional and also fork packages.
The latter ones are the ones we try to minimize though.
I will drill this part, since it's the most interesting to me. If we
shared 100% of binaries we would have SLE, not Jump in the repositories,
so I assume we are gonna diverge somewhere. Which package will have a
dependency on branding-openSUSE and distribution-logos-openSUSE-Leap
AFAICT you have dependencies on branding and distribution-logos and
whichever package is in the repository provides those. The SLE branding
packages will not get imported into the Jump/Leap repository so you will
get the Leap branding.
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