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  1. openSUSE Chairman Richard Brown made a really compelling argument for why a rolling release model is better than using "stable" packages that have to have fixes back-ported to them in a 35 minute video presentation at the joint openSUSE+LibreOffice Virtual Conference 2020 taking place this week. Richard Brown's main arguments for using a rolling release model are: Upstream packages change fast Upstream support is typically short, shorter than the life-time of some LTS distributions SUSE (and others) maintai
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