Op woensdag 21 maart 2018 22:41:47 CET schreef Richard Brown:
On 21 March 2018 at 22:21, Mathias Homann
I know that Leap is based on SLES, but do we really need SUSEConnect and
rollback-helper in Leap?.
There is no practical use for them being in Tumbleweed, but there are
key development benefits for SUSE (all SUSE packages should be in
Tumbleweed first before SUSE engineers are allowed to include them in
They do no harm and I’m sure we have other packages which have been
contributed to TW that have very narrow use cases.
In Leap though those packages will also have a practical benefit. SUSE
plan to offer a migration path for Leap users who wish to move to
their enterprise product.
Leap 15 users who decide they want to buy SLE 15 will need to use
those tools to do an in place migration from Leap to SLE
So they’re nice to have, sure
Understood, but they could be just recommends / optional, couldn't they ?
Mind, I don't mind them being there, but why would we have them installed by
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