Am Sonntag, 26. April 2020, 02:12:59 CEST schrieb Stasiek Michalski:
The difference between Leap and Tumbleweed isn't
in how stable they are,
but how fast you can get the bugs, and for how much shorter the bugs
typically stay in the distros. Tumbleweed will land a fix as soon as
it's out there, Leap users might need to wait until the next rebase of
packages, which sometimes happens every year, sometimes every two years
and sometimes not until the next major version which is 4 years.
...which is pretty much the biggest reason why I have over twenty different
OBS repos active, KDE:Qt5, KDE:Frameworks5, KDE:Applications and KDE:Extra
Guess you could call it "FrankenLeap 15.1" what I'm running here.
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