With 4.13 on the close horizon, we got the question again if the
KDE:Release:XY are really such a good idea as that this would mean that users
constantly have to switch and also these repo's are not always build against
all openSUSE versions.
We got the proposal to move to a single repository named KDE:Latest which
holds the latest KDE release and is build against all supported openSUSE
releases. This means that if a user wants to track the latest KDE releases,
he/she only have to add this repository for his openSUSE release version and
from that moment onward every new release is automagically delivered.
Downside is that the user no longer has a choice which KDE release. The only
choice is whether to stay with the KDE release coming with the openSUSE
release (and the possible maintenance updates) or to switch to the KDE:Latest
On the other hand it would be getting ride of a lot of repositories and
So we would like to have your feedback if we should stay with the current
approach (KDE:Release:XY and KDE:Distro:Factory) or to move to KDE:Latest
(which tracks the latest and highest release, building for all openSUSE
releases) and KDE:Distro:Factory (which would hold Beta's and RC's and builds
for Factory and the latest oS release).
As that 4.13 is about to be released, we want to make the decision latest on
Monday so that we can either release KDE:Latest or KDE:Release:413 with KDE
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