Just a quick heads up! GNOME is getting closer to 3.14 release. By now,
we have the (full?) GNOME 3.13.90 stack ready in GNOME:Next. After some
fun bugs (<super> status was inverted) this is back in good shape.
As announced earlier, we are still planning on merging this all into
openSUSE:Factory as soon as 3.14.0 hits the shelves. For this to be
realistic, we have to get some preliminary staging runs and openQA runs
on Factory... And before that, we throw it at users of GNOME:Factory...
which is, why you get this mail: I just submitted all packages from
GNOME:Next to their respective 'homes' (mostly GNOME:Factory - some
GNOME:Apps) and Bjorn is doing a fabulous job reviewing my work (send
him an aspiring and some alcoholic beverages; he's in desperate need).
Once this is all done as well, the packages will be checked in and
rebuilt in GNOME:Factory - so far, all without risking your install: the
repository does not publish at this moment. We do want to see a good
build status first.
Next steps? Submits towards openSUSE:Factory (without accepting
checkins; we purely want the staging and openQA runs), followed by the
updates to GNOME 3.13.91 (~Sept 3), GNOME 3.13.92 (Sept 17) and GNOME
3.14.0 (Sept 24). At that point, we should have sufficient Staging runs
and openQA coverage to 'simply move this forward to openSUSE:Factory.
Tight schedule, but we'll make sure to get there as painfree as
Dimstar / Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar(a)opensuse.org>
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