Am Freitag, 3. Februar 2023, 16:22:16 CET schrieb Larry Finger:
On 2/2/23 22:06, Simon Lees wrote:
If you have questions thoughts or suggestions feel free to reach out to us via email or in the openSUSE-ALP channels on Discord / IRC / Matrix. we will also work on getting this information into the wiki.
https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/home:simotek:GrassyKnoll:Backport s 2. https://en.opensuse.org/User:Simotek:GrassyKnoll 3. https://mirrorcache-au.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/simotek:/GrassyKnol l:/Images/images/ 4. https://mirrorcache-au.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/simotek:/GrassyKnol l:/Images/images/iso/
I hate that we jump around in naming the stable releases, but if Leap has to go, then a the name of a small mountain chain such as Hartz is a lot better than Grassy Knoll for the reasons stated in other responses. Choosing a German name makes sense for openSUSE.
How about single mountains IN the harz (no T in there) range instead? And maybe just not have anything between openSUSE and the version number itself?
Lets start with A: "Achtermann" which is a nice little hike to get up onto :) - https://w3w.co/findet.dortige.wieso
So that would be: openSUSE 16.0 "Achtermann" followed by openSUSE 16.1 "Brocken" etc etc.
that being said, I can see the Brocken top from my roof window on a clear day.