2012/2/1 Jean Delvare <jdelvare(a)suse.de>de>:
I'm afraid you misunderstood Jiri's question. Let's take a concrete
example to make it clearer: openSUSE 12.1 was released with kernel
3.1.0. The first maintenance update which was released one week ago is
based on stable kernel 3.1.9. The question is: was it a good idea, or
should have we stayed with 3.1.0 for the product's whole lifetime.
I vote that stable releases like 3.1.9 be incorporated automatically
in maintenance updates. I don't think its even a close call. And I
don't think it needs to go to -project to discuss.
The evergreen project discuss picking a LTS kernel which was a
different major kernel version number (2.6.29 => 2.6.32 as an example)
to move to after evergreen support kicked in. It was never formally
agreed to do that, but I don't think evergreen could handle the kernel
updates any other way. (ie. It needs a source of updates to pull
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