Laura Abbott schrieb am 16.09.19 um 16:24:
Kernel 5.3 was released upstream yesterday Sept 16. Fedora will be
following the same rebase schedule as with past kernels. This means
F30 will be rebased to 5.3 first followed by F29 shortly thereafter.
We typically wait until the 2nd or 3rd stable release to push a
rebase. Based on past timings, I'd expect this to happen around
Would it be wise to tighten the "same rebase schedule as with past
kernels" a little bit in the future (maybe by one week)?
Just wondering, as it seems the fast few transitions from one version
line to the next iirc all finished some time after a line went EOL. This
time it looks worse: 5.2 is EOL as of today and 5.3 hasn't even hit
updates-testing for the current Fedora release yet afics. And the
stabilization copr wasn't much in action this time either.
But whatever, I assume there are reasons why things are a little bit
more bumpy this time, that not why I'm writing this mail. I was just
wondering if a slightly faster schedule for the rebases might be a good
idea in general.