Axel Braun wrote:
Am Freitag, 25. Dezember 2020, 21:05:22 CET schrieb Per Jessen:
Speed of resolution is not really a good
As Vinz had written in his answer, speed matters, esp. in case of a
same time its a heads-up for other TW users that issues
might arise (another TW machine of mine did not have the problem).
I think the idea is good, but because TW is a main openSUSE distro, I
would not expect the majority of TW users to be hanging out on the
Quite simply because the majority of the TW users are not developers nor
packagers. We are promoting TW as a key openSUSE distro - Fast!
Integrated! Stabilized! Tested! - why should anyone wanting those
features want to subscribe to a developers & packagers list ??
I was digging in some number from October.
Factory had 1357 subscribers, users 1223 and support 212.
So I *guess* many developers and users are subscribed to factory, as
it is the primary source for TW discussions and issues as described in
Vinz' mail (Well, not only probably).
Axel, your guess is as good as mine, just different.
I see no reason for a plain TW user to want to partake in any TW
discussions. Why would she?
If it is not TW related (like the broken update) I
support@ for questions. Not a lot of subscribers compared to users or
factory, but responsive and helpful.
In principle that is certainly up to you, although the openSUSE Board
had other ideas in mind.
As we are getting away from the 'sof firmware
issue' here I would like
to close the discussion
You suggested I move the discussion here, and now you want to close it?
I would like not to. I think there are some open questions still.
I asked a question earlier -
simply not responsive enough in these emergency cases.
I'm sure we can all agree on that, but does that make it alright to go
off-topic on the factory list which is specifically not for support?
Per Jessen, Zürich (3.1°C)
Member, openSUSE Heroes, in favour of merging 'support' into 'users'.