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Especially for the presentation in search engines/portals (e. g. Google) it makes sense for the introduction of a wiki-article to repeat the title/lemma of the article (here: Factory-tested) in bold letters. As I do not know the umbrella term/hypernym (What-is - e. g.: is it a project, a repository or a project [of openQA/of B. Wiedemann/...] that produces a repository?) I have not written a new sentence.--Pistazienfresser 10:48, 23 December 2010 (MST)
Factory-tested together with Factory-snapshot?
Makes it sense to add not only Factory-tested but also Factory-snapshot to the repositories in YaST? (Factory-snapshot http://download.opensuse.org/factory-snapshot/ probably the repository that is corresponding with the Milestones/Release Candidates)
1. The user may have a fallback if something in Factory-tested does not run in the wanted way.
2. The user may be able to compare - is a bug caused/inhibited by the newest developments in a special patten or a special package (without having to install the Milestone (image) again).
3. The different update systems (YaST Software Management, YaST Online Update, the applet for package management in the panel and the according working programs ...) may be better tested just in the development version as there would be a relation a bit like between the oss/non-oss and the update repository.
Just my amateurish thoughts Regards --Pistazienfresser 11:32, 23 December 2010 (MST)
I think adding (author probably Bmwiedemann but surely not me ;) ) to this article may make it not only prettier but also even more memorable. And Do not know if just a link to http://openqa.opensuse.org/images/factory-tested.png would sufficient or something like using Special:Upload would be a better way.--Pistazienfresser 01:17, 24 December 2010 (MST)