> So, what's the status of this proposal? I'd say we
should go ahead and
> do it or not before the New Year, ahead of the F24 Alpha ramp-up. Does
> anyone have further +-1s?
We have +1 from QA, +1 from dnf-plugin-system-upgrade maintainer, and +1 from
gnome-software maintainers (at least that's how I chose to interpret it). There were
not many responses from general audience (I hoped for some package maintainers feedback).
From my POV, we should just do it, or have it blessed by FESCo if we want to be extra safe
and correct. I would do the former.
So I can't find this thread, including this post, in the new list web
UI doing a search for the subject. I did send a "oh by the way" email
suggested to ping Richard Hughes since the policy likely affects
whatever is happening with GNOME Software to eventually do the major
version upgrades. But I can't find that email either.
Here's Kalev's reply:
Richard's answer doesn't seem to be indexed by hyperkitty, but it was:
"Well, we're not calling into DNF for several technical reasons, but we're
doing basically the same thing with libhif to what dnf does. I don't see any technical
reason why we can't do n+2 upgrades, it just makes it harder to test all the