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Re: [opensuse-factory] Status: distribution
  • From: Basil Chupin <blchupin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Sep 2009 23:31:12 +1000
  • Message-id: <4AC20C20.1090902@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
On 09/29/2009 08:13 PM, Per Jessen wrote:
Stephan Kulow wrote:

Am Dienstag 29 September 2009 schrieb Per Jessen:

Stephan Kulow wrote:


Milestone8 is not ready, there are some nasty issues. Most
prominently the new kernel throwing OOPSes without acpi=off and KDE
updates still don't work, so I won't release M8 in this state. How
much delay this means I can't tell atm, but thursday is still

I guess that means not much hope of having anything done about this
one: ?

You will have to fix the bug.

Me? I think I'll stick to just reporting regressions such as this,
thanks :-)

Stay with it, Per. The people Novell/MS has now kept to keep openSUSE
running have lost the plot :-( : a multitude of repositories for
this-and-that and run by this-and-that-person; without any explanation
for a user as to which repo. does what and why. Nobody is really in
control, and the whole thing is going arse-up.

And if you look at any application name in YaST2 Software Manager you
will see that each entry (from all the ones I have looked at) show the
entry, "Supportability: unknown".

Now, this is most telling because the YaST2 rpm itself, which I
understand is something written by the SuSE people for SuSE/openSUSE,
has this description (Supportability: unknown) attached to it!

The question therefore has to be asked: what *DO* Novell/openSUSE staff
contribute to the openSUSE distribution - apart from "You will have to
fix the bug"?




Never run yourself down - let other people do it instead.

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