--On Tuesday, August 06, 2019 9:27 PM -0400 David Magda
The FAQ explicitly states:
"Official releases are in source form only." I don't know how that could
be any clearer.
While things like MariaDB/PostgreSQL packages are in various
those projects provide repos that people can use with yum/apt to get the
latest versions. Providing 'official' first-party packages, at least
for RHEL/CentOS and perhaps Ubuntu (LTS), would go a long way towards
allowing people to have all the newest bug fixes.
Ryan Tandy already provides backports for Ubuntu:
The LTB project already provides builds for RHEL7:
Symas already provides a freedrop in replacements for RHEL7, with optional
People who write the list are already provided the information on these
options. What would the project having yet another build of the same
So 2015 was quite product, but most of 2016-2017... not so much.
2015 had a lot of serious bugs in its release, the releases were rushed,
and the result of rushing was bad. I don't think 2015 is a "good" example
of how things should be done.
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