Am 01.08.2014 um 07:03 schrieb Stephan Kulow:
Am 31.07.2014 22:47, schrieb Jeff Mahoney:
That's what I had in mind.
We still need to sort out when we pull from
master into stable.
David Sterba suggested waiting until the first -stable update for
the next point release. So, e.g. Factory uses 3.15.X now and we
wouldn't move to 3.16 until 3.16.1 was released.
I wouldn't do that. Factory is actually using 3.16.rc7 and beside the
mkfs.btrfs OOPS I have no problem with it. I can live well without the
RCs in Factory, but I would like to see problems as early as possible
- with the hope someone is actually fixing them too.
Actually if Factory is supposed to be the "rolling release for grandma
and grandpa" then the RCs are not supposed to go there.
People who want to test them can easily add Kernel:HEAD (like I have
done for ages) and get the RCs from there, but still have the option to
easily go back to a working kernel.
I actually lost that possibility with Factory switching to the unstable
(my secret trick is that I have kernel-default from Factory and
kernel-desktop from Kernel:HEAD, and since I never use "zypper dup" but
only "zypper up", they always get updated from their origin repository,
so kernel-default was the "stable, working" kernel before)
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