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Re: [opensuse-project] Re: Name for the new openSUSE release (was: [opensuse-factory] The community)
Hello team

On Tue, 2020-04-14 at 17:43 +0200, Vojtěch Zeisek wrote:
Dne úterý 14. dubna 2020 16:40:22 CEST, Luiz Fernando Ranghetti
napsal(a):
Em ter., 14 de abr. de 2020 às 11:36, Vojtěch Zeisek escreveu:
Dne úterý 14. dubna 2020 16:11:20 CEST, Michal Suchánek
napsal(a):
We should decide on a sensible name very soon, otherwise
Jump will be mentioned in dozens of places already...

I think it is a very bad idea to change names, Yet another
Time.

I think this is not to change name, rather to refer to the SLE
based
Leap while it exists alongside the Leap as it is built now.
I don't really see a problem with Jump as a name for such
temporary
project.

I don't really see any problem in keeping name Leap during the
transition
phase. There will be "old" Leap 15.1 and "new" 15.2, won't it? So
why not
to keep Leap name? It's normal that distributions develop, and
they don't
have to be necessarily renamed. It'd be more natural to do the
transition
between 15 and 16, but otherwise I don't really see problem in
keeping
the name.

If I'm not wrong, there will be Leap 15.2 (released in June with
openSUSE rpms made from SLE sources) and Leap 15.2 Jump (released
in
october with SLE rpms)

If there would be two different Whatever 15.2, it'd be super
confusing...

We want to test new workflows, maintenance updates etc asap, see if
there are some major design flaws.

You should really see this just as a having an early protype for the
next release priorthe planning phase.

Put your hands on it early, because this is how we propose that 15.3
should look like. The More feedback, the better the result. Some people
are open to the option that we'd exchange build worklfow in maintenance
phase of 15.2.

It would not be my preferance, unless protype would work flawlessly and
it would be an obvious choice from process/resources point of view.

First we really need to know if we'd be even able to do that.
That's why the prototype is so important here.

--
Best regards

Luboš Kocman

Release Manager openSUSE Leap

SUSE Software Solutions Germany GmbH
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90409 Nuremberg
Germany

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