2010/7/9 Markus S. <markus.s(a)kdemail.net>et>:
Why not create a KDE:/45 repo now? It could be
officially maintained till
November (and Factory be just a link to /45) and then left to the community
(of whom either a few pick up the work or at least keep an unmaintained SC 4.5
I have been doing this since... always. So feel free to add me as
maintainer/bugowner of such a repo. I would not be looking at KDE SVN
for security fixes, but I could keep it building and updated to newer
To avoid problems to users I agree, the best way is to do the main
development in KDE:45 and aggregate from Factory until it moves to
4.6. But that's not so good for devs, that expect K:D:F to be the
development KDE repo.
The best thing would be to keep K:D:F as now, and aggregate from
KDE:45 (but yes, create it "now"). But at some point those aggregates
will need to be converted to own copies... and that will mean a full
rebuild, with release numbers doing funny things (not a problem with
"zypper dup --from K:D:F", but some people will do a "zypper up").
way to keep the release numbers higher after the change?
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