Week 12 had 4 snapshots, including Kernel updates and GNOME 3.24 in less than 48 hours since it was released by upstream. Rolling? Sure! Full steam ahead!
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Month: March 2017
Dear Tumbleweed users and hackers, As usual, things keep on moving at a steady pace. Week 11 brought us 5 snapshots (0310, 0311, 0314, 0315 and 0316). There were a few minor hick-ups with the removal of gcc5 which could be sorted out. The 5 snapshots brought us those noteworthy updates / changes: GCC5 is […]
Since openSUSE Tumbleweed has been upgraded to use rpm 4.13 (snapshot 2017033), you keep on seeing the message “warning: Unsupported version of key: V3” whenever you invoke zypper or rpm. Of course this is highly annoying, and you just want to stop it, right? First, a bit of background: RPM uses gpg infrastructure to validate […]
2 weeks – 2 kernel updates – in 10 snapshots. Together with KDE Frameworks 5.31 and KDE Plasma 5.9.3, our KDE users have been spoiled. Packagers received the powers for RPM 4.13.0 and python packagers simplify their work by maintaining one spec file for multiple python versions.