On 08/23/2015 06:51 AM, Christian Boltz wrote:
Am Dienstag, 18. August 2015 schrieb Max Lin:
I've created a script to handle submitting packages from openSUSE:Factory to openSUSE:42(ie. Leap) according to the build succeeded packages in openSUSE:42:Factory-Candidates-Check, the script usually executing when I think openSUSE:42 is ready to process more submissions, each time it will submit ~100 packages to openSUSE:42 currently. This script is submit the build succeeded package in  only.
Good idea in general, but can we prefer the SLE packages when available, please?
In other words: Please start by creating SRs for the SLE packages not in Leap yet  - that makes maintenance a bit easier ;-) BTW: We are talking about ~500 packages here (~400 if you ignore sled-manuals_*, *-branding-SLE and similar things)
If a package maintainer thinks that the Factory version should go into Leap even if [an older version of] the package is also in SLE, he/she can of course just send a SR with the Factory package.
Yes, that is always preferred. This script is skip the package if it detected the package in openSUSE:42 is actually from SLE base.
If you see this script submit the request from Factory to openSUSE:42 updateing a SLE base package to Factory version, please file a bug to me or commenting on that request. Thanks.