Am Samstag, 25. April 2020, 22:56:32 CEST schrieb AW:
Am Donnerstag, 23. April 2020, 20:32:01 CEST schrieb
We do actually have companies using TW, and we
could have more if we
published patchinfo for it since we had some interested parties (that's
pending, but it would be cool to figure out so TW is a viable option for
Since January TW's kmail suffers from a bug regarding »umlaute«. If you
receive E-Mails in German quite often you get »ÃŸ« and »Ã¶«. Since January!
Yes, and a fix is already available (since 27.02., see
) . It will be in the KDE
Applications 20.04, which will soon be shipped.
If you are annoyed by that bug
- patch the current source and submit the fix in OBS
- switch off HTML-view
- write/extent an openQA test to fetch issues on KMail earlier
Last week zypper dup brought an update for plymouth
that made systems
I cant share that observation.
TW for a company sounds ... demanding.
You have the option to roll back to an earlier snapshot....
I appreciate the testing of TW; I'm trying not to
be ignorant to alle the
work that keeps TW rolling. I'm watching all the folks struggling to keep
everything together. Leaving Suse behind would feel like burning down the
house where you have lived for decades.
I'd really be happy if I'd not had to chose between a stale system and
I doubt that you will get a system from distrowatch :-)
From what I have heard from former Arch users, the situation in TW is much
better than in any other rolling release. I'm happy with it....
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