Stephan Kulow few days ago, one of the most responsible for the progress of the openSUSE project, wrote a message on the mailing list of distribution in which he spoke about the recent late delivery and the need for a significant change in several areas of the distro, including planning the publication of different versions.
This debate, which is maintained between the development team and also participates in the user community, has had a first consequence: a new delay openSUSE 12.2, which theoretically appear in mid-September.
Kulow will see a release candidate in mid-July , while in August leveraged to be corrected all the conflicts present in the face of the filing of the distro in its final version in that month September.
openSUSE 12.2 was to appear on 11 July, but problems with the methodology development have caused this delay. As indicated Kulow, “We have not adjusted the milestones and the beta, so I can not post now RC1 and RC1 delaying means also delays of 12.2 “.
As revealed in The H Open, the debate raises inter alia the publication one version per year -present cycle was about 8 or 10 months, depending on the version, or change publishing model to a completely different version. We’ll see how this ends.
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