On 2/3/23 15:32, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 2023-02-03 20:52, Robert Webb wrote:
On Fri, 3 Feb 2023 20:25:06 +0100, "Carlos E. R." firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 2023-02-03 19:17, Jacob Michalskie wrote:
As far as I understand this is more or less seen as a leaplacement :D for Leap, so I would hope it would inherit Leap name as well, don't give up on it yet, that's what happened with previous projects like Step.
No, if it is based on Alp, it is not "Leap".
Simon wrote, "[...] it also needs to be possible to still * support traditional RW filesystems with zypper up and dup. * Support running ALP containerised workloads but aim to avoid using containers in core operating system components. [...]"
If it is also distributed as RPMs, do you think it would still be Leap-like enough to keep the name?
It is not done as in Leap. It is not the same development and maintenance model.
Au contraire, it is the same maintenance model. Take bits built for a SUSE enterprise thing and sprinkle some community pixie dust on top.
It is not Leap, if Alp is there.
Please avoid breaking expectations and change the name.