Dear Tumbleweed users and hackers,
How often did you update your machine during the last week? If you were to follow every single snapshot, you had to do it seven times. That’s how many snapshots passed openQA and had been pushed out to the mirrors.
What were the main changes in the snapshots 0729…0804?
- Mozilla Firefox 90.0.2
- KDE Plasma 5.22.4
- Pipewire 0.3.32
- Postfix 3.6.2
- Parted 3.4: supports F2FS
- Mesa 21.1.6
- Bash 5.1.8
- Linux kernel 5.13.6
- Systemd 248.6
- Zypper 1.14.48: experimental support for singletrans rpm commits
- Network Manager 1.32.6
- Freetype 2.11.0
During the next two weeks, Richard will be taking care of openSUSE Tumbleweed. Naturally, I tried to leave him only a small pile of things in the stagings. Currently, there are:
- Linux kernel 5.13.8
- systemd 249
- rpmlint 2.0
- openssl 3
- glibc 2.34
Most of them requiring a good bunch of build fixes to make them acceptable. So, I can only ask you all to support Richard during the next few days and offer him as many build fixes as you possibly can.
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I have been using (https://review.tumbleweed.boombatower.com/) to keep track of the tumbleweed snapshots… but it hasn’t been updated since 7-12-2021. Is there another way to keep track of them?
Thank you guys for the amazing jobs you do!