On 06/12/2018 08:50 AM, martin(a)pluskal.org wrote:
On Mon, 2018-06-11 at 21:46 +0200, Knurpht @ openSUSE
isn't disrupted by plans and preparations for a social event.
Felix, this a completely unrespectful insinuation, next to
ridiculous. What makes you think so low about people from the
Disappointing and IMNSHO deserves an apology to those organing the
and those that were there.
Indeed it is ridiculous - I wonder what put Felix
into position to pass
such judgements, not only about release but also about conference - it
is far from "social gathering". If Felix was involved either with
planning of conference or with releasing Leap he would know that there
is actually very little overlap between people involved in each,
therefore there is no risk of one influencing other.
Calm down folks. Felix was talking about people *attending* the
conference prepare for their trip and don't test. And there is indeed
some overlap for those testing.
But in all fairness: this is just normal business. Releases are tested
*way* more and in *way* more scenarios than any milestone - plus people
love to create drama for bugs in the release while they consider
problems in betas 'normal'. You might remember only previous Leap
releases, but those were boring service pack updates. None of it
included as drastic changes as Leap 15. And for previous (non-leap)
openSUSE releases, it has always been the same story. Afterwards we
discussed if Betas shouldn't have been more tested or if we shouldn't
have had more Release Candidates, or ....
And not sure about Felix, but I would expect most grownups to be able to
prepare for a weekend trip in a reasonable time that doesn't block them
from any other activity they wanted to do.
So I believe any other schedule of the release wouldn't have changed
a bit. Well, possibly one bit: without the OSC less people would have
noticed the release and tested it so soon.
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