Re: KDE update/stability policy on Fedora

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On Tue, 5 Jan 2021 at 22:04, Rex Dieter <rdieter@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> In the context of the bug you specifically mentioned trigging this thread
> (kf5-kinit crashes), that was not a new major component version (arguably),
> but a minor release update for kde frameworks.
> What we could learn from this is to emphasis again how important testing and
> feedback are (ie, updates-testing) before pushing these releases to stable
> updates.  If that had been more rigorous, this bug could have been caught in
> time before hitting stable updates.

I have a specific suggestion. Could it be possible to create a time
lag, something like 2-3 weeks, for any non-security KDE updates,
including Frameworks, between pushing to current Fedora and previous
Fedora? People on current Fedora have a greater tolerance for
troublesome updates - and more ability, in general, to report bugs. My
own use case, with a production workstation (not used for developing
serious code), is clearly for "current minus one" Fedora.

Yours, Mikhail Ramendik

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