We've been doing our sprints every first Thursday of the Month at 18:30
UTC. The community meetings conflict with that timeframe. I recommend we
participate in the community meetings as some of the topics listed are
similar to what we had been focusing on in our monthly meetings. Does
that sound good? What do you all think?
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Regular Community Meeting Week 35
Date: 2021-08-31 10:35
From: Douglas DeMaio <ddemaio(a)suse.de>
To: "opensuse-project(a)opensuse.org" <opensuse-project(a)opensuse.org>
I just wanted to send a reminder that we have two regular community
meetings you can attend this week. Anyway can attend or come
Meeting 1: Tuesdays at 11:00 UTC
Meeting 2: Meeting is on Thursday at 18:00 UTC
Meeting Details for today
Date: Tuesday, August 31
Time: Meeting at 11:00 UTC
Etherpad: https://etherpad.opensuse.org/p/weeklymeeting20210831 
On Thu 2021-08-05, Lubos Kocman wrote:
>> Who can adjust the Lifecycle wiki accordingly?
> All set, on Monday.
Super, thank you, Lubos!
It may sound like details, but in communicating what we offer (to
users) as openSUSE, this can make a huge difference.
On Mon 2021-08-02, Lubos Kocman wrote:
>> My understanding is that we're going to have 15.5, so that makes it
>> 7.5 years, no?
> There will be 15.5. What we don't know is if there will be 15.6 and if
> so, will it be in parallel with something "else".
> I think the commitment to have Leap 15.5 is certain.
Well, that makes it even stronger of a message than I had initially
wondered about. :-)
Who can adjust the Lifecycle wiki accordingly?
There was a recent post on reddit
that made us take a look at how to present our lifecycle page
(https://en.opensuse.org/Lifetime) and info to be added to the marketing
of Leap 15.3.
There were several comments on reddit that can be summarized as there is
a lack of clear information on how long the lifecycle of Leap 15.x will
be going forward. When the info on https://en.opensuse.org/Lifetime was
originally written, there was some clarity on major versions lasting a
minimum of 36 months. We know Leap 42 and 15 exceeded that lifecycle. It
looks like we're at a point where we evolved and need to provide a bit
more clarity for people based on the reddit comments
I propose we change the lifecycle page to include the following
sentences and include the info in the marketing of Leap 15.3 and beyond
(for the foreseeable future):
Leap *Major Release* (15.x) extends maintenance and support until a
At present, a successor has not been declared; Leap 15's lifecycle fully
aligns with SUSE Linux Enterprise.
There is a projection as of March 2021 that Leap 15 will extend to Leap
Both major versions of Leap 42 and 15 were supported more than 36 months.
Any thoughts, changes, removals or additions to the above sentences.