as part of the release of XWiki 12.0 I just noticed that in Docker we were mostly “promoting” our LTS version, where apparently for Debian we are more promoting our Stable version.
Let me bit a bit more specific: we use different tags for our docker images, from the most specific such as “11.10.1-postgres-tomcat” to the least one such as “latest”. “latest” points on latest stable which is normal. But we also have “postgres-tomcat” (and “mysql-tomcat”) and both point to the LTS. So anyone trying to use
docker pull xwiki/mysql-tomcat will get an LTS.
Now for Debian, it is not that obvious IMO, but the command specified in the documentation to get XWiki advise to use
sudo wget "https://maven.xwiki.org/stable/xwiki-stable.list" -P /etc/apt/sources.list.d/, so not
I think it would be good to be consistent on which version we want to promote first between LTS or stable, and to always make that version the easiest to access in our doc or our tags.
I personally don’t have a strong opinion on that, just raising the problem.