On 22 Mar 2016 10:47, "James Hogarth" <james.hogarth(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 9 March 2016 at 15:42, James Hogarth <james.hogarth(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On 24 February 2016 at 17:30, James Hogarth <james.hogarth(a)gmail.com>
>> Hi all,
>> We're at the last stages of preparing the first major owncloud update
in a while.
>> The current version of owncloud in Fedora is the fairly old stable 8.0
release (presently 8.0.10) which we want to bring back in line with the
current owncloud upstream release of 8.2.2.
>> Unfortunately it's not possible to migrate directly from 8.0.x to 8.2.x
as upstream only supports jumping in increments with no skipping of major
>> In order for a smooth transition to 8.2.x (and after that 9.0.x when
it's released) we'll be releasing 8.1.5 to F23 and F22 within the next
couple of weeks.
>> We plan to leave this in updates-testing for a slightly longer period
usual to allow for a wider test base for a major version jump. Please
remember your backups prior to the upgrade!
>> Once 8.1.5 is pushed to updates 8.2.2 will be pushed to updates-testing
a similar extended period. It's imperative that the 8.1.5 update is
applied before the 8.2.2 update is pushed to updates.
>> If you want to assist in the testing and provide feedback or bug
please use the usual channels of bodhi and bugzilla - both easily
accessible from pkgdb:
>> Kind regards,
> Hi all,
> Just a quick reminder about the above.
> Owncloud 8.1.5 is in the process of going to the Fedora 23 testing repo
moment (just waiting the push).
> Fedora 22 will get a similar updates-testing in the next few days.
> In a week or two these will be pushed stable and 8.2.2 will enter
> If you're able to provide help in testing (remember backups!) it would
Hi Fedora OwnCloud users!
The request to push 8.1.5 to stable in Fedora 22 and Fedora 23 has been
Please ensure you backup, update and test your instance before the next
I'll be pushing 8.2.3 to rawhide, and updates-testing for F24, F23 and
8.1.5 has been pushed stable.
The 8.2.3 update is in rawhide and updates-testing on the various branches.
If you want to test this please ensure your installation is already tested
fully working on the 8.1.5 update as that is a prerequisite to the 8.2
Please ensure you are updated to a working 8.1.5 before this gets pushed to
stable in the next 1-2 weeks (depending on how bodhi comments and karma