On Mon, 2021-05-31 at 17:49 +0200, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
On Mon 2021-05-31, Lubos Kocman wrote:
This is important to keep in mind if you plan to
package which depends on e.g. a library from SUSE Linux Enterprise.
This will be the most common type of request according to my
experience from SP3.
As a practical note, I've always been told to focus on the "Why?"
and "What?" not the "How?" when requesting features.
In other words, one such request might be
"Provide underlying libraries to support an upgrade to KDE 99.42
KDE as currently in Leap 15.3 consumes a number of libraries
Leap inherits from SLES 15 SP3. We plan on updating Leap 15.4
to KDE 99.42 which will require newer versions of several of
· libqt5 > 9.19
· libruffle17 > 47.11
and possibly others."
Actually high level wiki page for request planning is not a good idea.
Yes we absolutely want to understand why are we doing the change, that
one needs to be captured there as well. Thank you for pointing it out.
I'll create the wiki page once today's GA tasks are done.
Hope this helps - file away! :-)
PS: Note how I am not talking about upgrading those libraries, just
providing, even if the outcome may just that ... an upgrade. That is
not the need, however.