Dear Tumbleweed users and hackers,
During week 11 we tested a total of 6 snapshots, of which only 3 were good enough to be distributed to the user base (well, not really: only one was discarded for quality reasons, two were discarded as some font changes in the installer made a lot of install tests fail in the view of openQA).
The published snapshots were: 0310, 0312 and 0314 containing these updates:
* NodeJS 10.5.2, including the switch to make nodejs10 the new default for Tumbleweed, replacing nodejs8 * KDE Applications 18.12.3 * Libvirt 5.1.0 * PostgreSQL 11 8 coreutils 8.31 * Linux kernel 5.0.1 * LibreOffice 188.8.131.52 * SQLite 3.27.2 * systemd 241 (note: after upgrading from 239, the immediate reboot will be quite slow; this should be a one-off until the system was booted with 241) * boost 1.69
You can look forward to those things currently being tested in our staging areas:
* KDE Plasma 5.15.3 * Mesa 19.0 * Linux kernel 15.0.2 * openSSL 1.1.1 – The blocker is, unchanged, nodejs (despite the move to nodejs10)