Re: KDE update/stability policy on Fedora

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On Wed, 6 Jan 2021 at 16:24, Matthew Miller <mattdm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > 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.
> This is similar to what the kernel folks do.

Yup. Could this go on the KDE SIG agenda with a reasonable chance of
adopting it?..

For me this really matters a lot.

Yours, Mikhail Ramendik

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