Torsdag den 7. maj 2015 10:23:58 skrev Richard Brown:
But technical contributions to the Regular Release are
Building 13.2 fell on the shoulders of a few people. We had something
like 14 bugs found during the 13.2 Beta phase.
You can't make too many conclusions on the basis of the 13.2 release process.
It was the first release ever based on the new Tumbleweed. It was always clear
it was going to be a bit bumpy. You had SLE12 coming out around the same time,
the testing phase was excessively short, the roadmap wasn't known until the
last moment, iirc a "13.2" product wasn't created in bugzilla, so a lot of
factory/tumbleweed bugreports will have been actual 13.2 bug reports. The
whole situation was chaotic.
If you dismiss the model of Tumbleweed based openSUSE releases on this
background, you never gave the model a fair chance.
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