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On 06/11/2012 02:22 PM, Greg KH wrote:
On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 02:10:39PM -0400, Jeff Mahoney
On 06/11/2012 08:23 AM, Michal Marek wrote:
On 9.6.2012 00:07, Jeff Mahoney wrote:
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Hi all -
With openSUSE 12.2 Beta having been released, it's time to
branch off to let it stabilize while the master branch moves
forward to 3.5.
I've created the openSUSE-12.2 branch and added the packages
to OBS, but syncing isn't configured yet so they'll be stale
for a short while (HEAD will still be up-to-date).
Michal, when you get a chance can you set up the syncing to
BTW, I've pushed my 3.5-rc2 work as the merge-3.5 branch.
Xen and ARM still need updating.
A related proposal: I'm not actively involved in Tumbleweed but I
know people are using it. We see bug reports against e.g. Linux
3.3 that only Tumbleweed uses. The current process is to just
push master along every time there's a new upstream kernel
revision. Would the people behind Tumbleweed benefit if, instead,
I branch the last commit before I rev to 3.6 as "Tumbleweed-3.5"
I'm following the kernel:stable/ tree for the kernel to put into
Tumbleweed, so that's up to you and whom ever is maintaining that
Ok, I think that might be Jiri Slaby's playground.
But I do think I should wait for 12.2 to come out
the Tumblweed kernel to 3.6, but given the proposed release dates,
that shouldn't be a problem, right?
No. I'm expecting 12.2 to come out before 3.6 is released anyway.
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