OpenBMC v2.2

Andrew Jeffery andrew at
Thu Apr 19 14:29:33 AEST 2018

On Thu, 19 Apr 2018, at 12:27, Joel Stanley wrote:
> On 19 April 2018 at 10:53, Brad Bishop <bradleyb at> wrote:
> > There has been lots of cool work in the last couple months and we’ve been
> > reasonably stable with Yocto 2.4 and Linux 4.13 for some time now so lets
> > have a tag!
> >
> > Last time I mentioned v2.1 might be the last tag before switching to some
> > new branch strategy, but nothing has happened on that front.  So like
> > before,
> > stay tuned to the list for updates.
> Cool. As someone who sees these numbers as a user (tech support
> person) of openbmc more than a developer, I would like to see them
> continue. In the past I suggested every six weeks, as it gives fast
> feedback of "this is old" or "this is new" (or "wow OpenBMC has moved
> on a lot since I booted it last").

I second this.  I feel like for the pace we move at, it's better to have frequent, regular tags. What we probably need to work on is a guideline for the expected amount of QA that goes into each tag (both from the tagger's and the tag consumer's perspective).



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