Jan Engelhardt wrote:
a gcc update would be useful, this probably has to happen very early
in the cycle (right after the release).
It looks like this proposal has potential, but I wonder and ponder.
I went on to compare the development schedules of a few groups.
Because I could not find the freeze dates for older openSUSE anymore
(why remove them from the detailed view?), I took RC1 as freeze point.
#Group Ratio days between merge-phase and frozen-phase
openSUSE_11.4 7.50 210/28(RC1)
openSUSE_12.1 8.62 224/26(RC1)
openSUSE_12.2 7.78 210/27(RC1) (prerel-freeze: 6.18, 204/33)
Debian_4 4.73 553/117
Debian_5 2.34 476/203
Debian_6 2.91 536/184
Fedora_17 1.22 111/91
Fedora_16 1.67 105/63
Fedora_15 1.06 104/98
And now for the winners:
Linux_3.4 0.24 12/50
Linux_3.3 0.25 15/59
Linux_3.2 0.24 14/58
My interpretation: there is not enough testing going on in openSUSE.
Yeah, some stuff (iscsi for instance) isn't being tested at all.
Per Jessen, Zürich (20.2°C)
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