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Fun fact (no judgement, JFYI TCIMC): #OpenSuse #Tumbleweed, a rolling release distro, got the #Linux #kernel 4.20 about ten days ago. #Fedora 29, a more traditionally updated distro, got this kernel version a week later as regular update.

The Tumbleweed policy has always been to only ship stable kernels - since back in the days of 11.4 when it was only an add-on to openSUSE's stable releases that Greg K.H. maintained.
And the +7 days in Fedora might have been extra manual QA they did.
I heard, they even use openQA since a while.

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