The openSUSE Conference was certainly a highlight this week. Yet, we
managed to give you some snapshots in this time as well.
The most notable updates this week were:
* Linux kernel 4.0 plus update to 4.0.1 all in one week
* GNOME 3.16.1 update
* More work done to get AppStream Metadata in a valid shape in ALL
repositories; this means GNOME Software (and other Software Centers to
come) don't only profit from the metadata of the Tumbleweed main
repositories, but actually also load metadata from 3rd party repos.
(it seems the infrastructure is now in place - GNOME:Factory for
example is publishing valid metadata already)
What's coming next?
* The current snapshot is being held up by some major changes: Ruby
has been updated to version 2.2 (with version 2.1 remaining in the
repository for the ones requiring it). There are quite some rebuilds
happening and it can well be another day or two until we can release
this upon you.
Wish you all a good weekend, enjoy the fun and happy hacking
Dimstar / Dominique Leuenberger <[hidden email]>