Just one little bit about 0.7.2:
since this release masquerading is off by default for IPv6. To get back to the old behaviour you have to manually insert one rich rule in the external zone:
firewall-cmd --permanent --zone=external --add-rich-rule="rule family=ipv6 masquerade"
…that actually cost me about one day to realize that this was the root cause of my network troubles after upgrading my firewall from 15.0 to 15.1…
So the other day I got an advanced discontinuation warning for openSUSE Leap 15.0 which reaches EOL on November 30, and today I took that Leap (fun intended) and used my trusted little leapup script to upgrade my systems to 15.1… and what can I say, so far I’ve done my laptop and my desktop which could have been a bit tricky because there’s so much stuff installed, and one of my cloud servers – and except for some little bits of LVM juggling because / ran full on my desktop all went without a hitch.
That’s pretty much all I have to report about it.
Edit: Finished the second cloud server, no problems at all.
Finale grande: all systems upgraded without major problems. That’s how that is supposed to work.