On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 11:03 PM, Jos Poortvliet <jos(a)opensuse.org> wrote:
Going back to the discussion we had a while ago about moving to
Tumbleweed in openSUSE 12.1.
After a little bit of thinking* I concluded that of course all (new)
tumbleweed users need to move over to this setup of using the
'current' instead of the 12.1 repositories. So I changed the
Tumbleweed page to reflect this:
And also: http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Change_from_12.1_to_Tumbleweed
It makes the text a bit complicated. And I suck at un-complicating it,
I suppose, help is welcome.
But there is another matter I'm sure some of you object to much more
strongly: I use a self-made one-click-install file for adding
Tumbleweed**. I dunno if OCI can remove repo's but at least I can add
the right ones... However. I have no idea where to host the file. So
for now I put it on my *anathema* public dropbox...
Yes, horrible, I know. I'm however sure our sysadmins can find a much
better spot for this one-click install. And maybe also for the
one-click-install for ownCloud, if we have one that works better?!?
I just decided to go ahead, make the OCI and put it somewhere to have
at least an improvement over the current situation ;-)
The openSUSE-KDE team hosts them inside their own repo. For instance
take a look here:
You can see they have KDE4-BASIS.ymp, KDE4-DEFAULT.ymp,
KDE4-DEVEL.ymp, and KDE4-GAMES.ymp hosted right in their repo
directory tree. That seems like a logical place for it, especially
since anyone trying to set it up manually will automatically come
across the ymp files when doing so. You could probably ask them how
they do that.
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