* Greg KH <gregkh(a)linux.com> [02-03-13 03:50]:
So Tumbleweed is, I think, almost 2 years old now. It
seems to be
working fairly well, or at least well enough for my daily use, and I
haven't heard any complaints about it in a long time which means that
either no one is using it, or it's working for others :)
Your efforts are much appreciated. Tumbleweed is *used*.
Anyway, with the advent of 12.3 soon, I have been
thinking if Tumbleweed
needed to change any to make things work better.
So, I was thinking about maybe, when 12.3 changing
Tumbleweed from being
an "add-on" repo on top of the 12.3 repos, to being a "full" distro
snapshot. That would resolve the build number problems we have had, but
the dependancy rebuild issue would increase.
The rebuild problem can be manually handled, much like FACTORY currently
is, but odds are, I would lean toward the conservative side, having more
rebuilds than are probably necessary just to ensure that systems work
well. That means that libreoffice would be updated on a weekly basis
for users, which might get annoying over time :)
Any thoughts by anyone about this? Or should I just do it and see how
well it works out?
I don't see that as a problem. Minimizing changes to fit a cycle would
only be a problem if the change(s) corrected major problems/functioning of
Happy Tumbleweed user since onset.
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