Le Friday 31 October 2014 à 14:46 +0100, Bruno Friedmann a écrit :
On Friday 31 October 2014 13.36:12 Joschi Brauchle
> openSUSE 13.2 has been announced basically everywhere on the net to be
> *released* with kernel 3.17, even on official openSUSE blogs/pages. If
> one searches for "opensuse 13.2 kernel version" and reads the articles,
> not just headlines, the picture one gets is that the beta/rc1 has 3.16
> but final will have 3.17.
I read exactly the same and was as surprised and disappointed as you are
when seeing that openSUSE 13.2 would finally have kernel 3.16.
Once RC1 is reached it has always been the story to
use what was there at that time.
Still you can open a bug for that.
That makes sense, but then RC1 should have been using kernel 3.17, which
was already available. If the timing was too short, then delaying the
RC1 by a few days would certainly have been a better choice than
shipping with an already old kernel.
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