On Sat, Sep 2, 2023 at 12:12 PM Carlos E. R. <robin.listas@gmx.es> wrote:
On 2023-09-02 11:58, John Kizer via openSUSE Factory wrote:
> On Sat, Sep 2, 2023 at 11:47 AM, Carlos E. R. <...> wrote:
>> On 2023-09-02 04:19, Richard Brown wrote:
>> > The survey clearly shows a tendency for folk to believe openSUSE should
>> > do things which they themselves are not willing to contribute to.
>> Speaking for myself, it is not "will", but being unable to.
>> You could consider some kind of training sessions or tutoring on how to
>> contribute on OBS for dumbs.
>> (I find OBS terribly obscure and difficult)

> Hi - Have you tried this link?
> https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:How_to_contribute_to_Factory
> <https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:How_to_contribute_to_Factory>

That's a far cry from "OBS for dummies" training sessions :-)

And I would not contribute to Factory, that's way too fast.

Cheers / Saludos,

                Carlos E. R.

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So, I know my opinion won't matter, but this why I been wondering moving away from Leap to ALP, It didn't make sense. 

Leap is great, now with Red Hat cut offline access, there needs to be an Enterprise version of Linux. Ubuntu will never be that, openSUSE Leap is it, now is the time for us to move back in. I can see why many move to Ubuntu, openSUSE packages have growning less. Why did I move from Red Hat in the late 90's to SuSE, PACKAGES!!!  No offence, have you play with RHEL 9.0, they have less that us. It's like IBM wants to kill RH. So, more packages would be a plus. Stable to keep the enterprise level would be great. 

Sorry to rag on ALP, no ever explained it well, and still like another version of MicroOS, and when you try to ask they got very defensive. So I stopped acting. 

Tumbleweed is great for those that want to help test and make sure the next very of LEAP is going to be great. 

So keep just 


So try to create things people don't want. Focus on add thing to what we have to make them great again. 

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