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Re: [opensuse-project] openSUSE 13.1 - Preparation for Evergreen
Le 12/12/2015 19:08, Richard Brown a écrit :

Evergreen/13.1 a little peculiar, as 13.2 will almost certainly be
around for longer.

yes but 13.1 was announced long time ago, long before Leap announcement

That's not the problem - something like distribution building is
better taught hands on anyhow, and our existing maintainers have
volunteered to mentor those interested

I missed that. Is it necessary to keep 13.1?

it's what is discussed here, only for 13.1, no reason to start again a 32/64
war... Leap 64 bits is the obvious successor, but may be later

Yes, but Axel is pushing for a broadening of scope, encouraging repo
maintainers to do extra work to keep maintaining their repos for 13.1
after the end of 13.1's official support...

and I'm pointing out that it's easier said, than done, and trying to
give Axel and everyone else the background information why that is a
lot of work, possible more than Axel realised before he made his
request :)


yes. This is why I think useful to discuss this now and to ask people what exact use case they have. I have no interest of keeping 13.1 (nor 13.2, by the way) on my desktop machine. I probably still have 12.3 on some (unused) partition and will go to Leap sometime soon. I don't install other thing on 64 bits machines right now.

but the remote server is an other problem, and other people have certainly other problems. We can discuss them and see solutions

sincerely
jdd
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