Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post
On 01/27/2012 06:16 PM, pier andreit wrote:
> becouse I think is better to have the last well working version in
> repos


well....you idea of what should be in the repos and openSUSE's idea are
two different things, read this:

openSUSE:Maintenance policy - openSUSE

on the whole it says we fix bugs and security problem, we don't just run
in the latest version because it is available.....now, i think there are
other distros which pander to the
must-have-the-newest-of-everything.....but, that is not openSUSE..
but it also says
some cases it might be sensible to use the a new upstream version instead of applying a patch.
and I think it is the case
Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post
if you need the newest more than you need bread and beer you need to
learn how to compile--or find a distro with a different version update
strategy..
I don't need the newest, I need a working version, I subscribed the maintenance mailing list, may be I can better understand policy and how to ask to upgrade :-) many thanks :-))