On 03/21/2018 09:51 PM, Miss Lizzy wrote:
do you actually mean 'anyone' or are the patches development by your own team of software
Anybody can submit patches. However, not all patches are accepted.
I also noticed the software package name has changed over a relatively short period of time.
That is because LibO practices release early, and release often:
* Every six months, a minor number release is made;
* Every six weeks, a point release is made;
* Roughly every fortnight, a release candidate/beta version is made
* Every week, a weekly build is made available. This is for the brave;
* Every night, a nightly build is attempted. This is for those who live
on the wild side, doing dangerous things;
Two stable versions of LibO are available:
* Still, which is the more stable, and bug free version;
* Fresh, which has all the new bells and whistles, with their associated
Is it just in name or do folk have to keep down loading new packages?
Whilst the point releases are usually bug fixes, they do occasionally
include additional functionality, and capabilities.
The most stable option, is to install the Still release, every six months.
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