I have a few questions about the postgresql92 package.
The package is listed as an official release under openSUSE:Factory. As I understand it, this repository is always in a current state of development for the next openSUSE release. Does “official release” mean this package is ready to be shipped with the next release?
I’m also confused about how this package was developed. The build service page has openSUSE:Factory:postgresql92 listed as “Developed at server:database:postgresql”. But server:database:postgresql:postgresql92 is linked to openSUSE:Factory:postgresql92.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but like all development packages postgresql92 was developed at openSUSE:Factory and is linked to the repository server:database:postgresql because that repository will soon become the “official release” for postgresql92. At some point the repository will no longer be linked to Factory and development will begin on the next release.
In other words, if you want the “bleeding edge” should add the openSUSE:Factory repository. If you want the “stable”, “official release” you should add the server:database:postgresql repository.