Dear Tumbleweed users and hackers, This week I can only offer you 3 snapshots (0625, 0626 and 0628); Due to issues with openQA during the last weekend, the two snapshots 0623 and 0624 were discarded (even though they would have been good). 0627 was held back because we would have shipped a non-working bind in […]
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Month: June 2017
In week 25, a full set of 7 daily snapshots was produced; one of them was deemed unfit for purpose by openQA and discarded. With the 6 releases, many goodies were shipped, incl. systemd 233, Firefox 52.2 and LibreOffice 5.4beta2
Dear Tumbleweed users and hackers, It’s said that time flies when one is busy – so what does that mean in the context of Tumbleweed? We must be skipping entire periods. The last two weeks have seen 10 snapshots being published, which is a clear indication that our community IS busy bringing you all the nice […]
openSUSE Tumbleweed is now completely built using GCC7 and has PIE/ASLR enabled.