Robert Schweikert wrote:
If we find a way to "stabilize" factory, or
"make factory more useable
all the time", how confident are we that it will do the trick? Meaning
how confident are we
- that we will get more factory users?
- get more early bug reports?
Extremely difficult to answer of course, I know, thus maybe we can try
a different approach to get closer to a picture that helps us.
@ ALL TECHNICAL CONTRIBUTORS/DEVELOPERS (sorry for shouting)
- If we collectively manage to "calm" factory down to the point where
it will always boot and you do not have to fiddle with the very low
level, kernel, bootloader, glibc , X11, things after doing "zypper
dup" would you be
- very likely
- very unlikely
to switch to factory on your every day working machine?
Unlikely - my office tools/applications simply have to remain stable and
in working order.
Per Jessen, Zürich (-0.8°C)
- dedicated server rental in Switzerland.
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