On Sun, 2018-09-30 at 17:06 -0700, ToddAndMargo wrote:
On 9/29/18 12:55 AM, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> F29 is not released. The guidelines for the User list state that it's
> for discussion of the released version of Fedora (currently 28 and 27).
> If you have comments on the future version the Test list is the place
> to post them. Many people on the Test list do not read the User list
> and won't see your comments, and cross-posting to multiple lists is
> frowned on.
Now this is a catch 22.
All of the commands I showed were Fedora 28 commands,
so it was within scope of a released product.
The result was an available product in testing but
not on the released list.
So, I would have been in scope if I had not had
mentioned the result.
And, if I had posted on the testing group, I would
have been told that code for a released version
was not in scope.
I strongly doubt that. Helping those interested in upgrading to the
next version is one of the things the Test list is used for, and anyone
doing the upgrade should be on that list as a matter of course.
When tips like I posted that are offered in friendship
to help other that are constantly helping me cuts across
two mail lists, would you please consider a tiny tweak
to your guidelines?
First of all, they aren't *my* guidelines. I didn't write them. I'm not
a moderator or admin for this list (or for the Test list).
Your contention that all the commands you recommend are for F28 seems
to me irrelevant. The entire purpose of your post is to give
instructions on upgrading to F29, which is so far unreleased. There's
All of this is, needless to say, merely my opinion.