@Pepe Honestly? This is not a place but you asked for it.
First off all, the documentation is a tragedy. I read the article about the upgrade. None of the situations which I faced was there. The troubleshooting is scattered all over the forum. How about use some tag upgradeRelated for issues and solutions?
List of issues:
- A partial installation of reForis after upgrade (runtime error due to some missing packages). Problem was reported two months ago, still there.
- Broken opkg out of the box. Same like before.
- Obsolete packages are still present after installation (hard to say what could removed, I haven’t found any documentation about that ).
- Missing packages for NetMetr, OpenVPN, LXC, Samba.
- DLNA had to be reconfigured.
- AdBlock had be reconfigured.
- Transmission had to reconfigured.
- Service startups are messed up.
- LXC containers missing (containers are there, LuCI not showing anything despite the fact that I was able to install a new container => LXC service was not running even after manual installation)
- WiFi issues (non related to upgrade but I have problems with connecting 5 m avail from the antenna after one wall but I can see a WiFi of my neighbour 25 m avail from be behind three solid walls)
Yeah, it is an experimental process but for how long? Six months? One year? A smooth, automatic update will be… Ehm probably never.
Don’t take it personally, but I’m not here to motivate the team of CZ.NIC. I’m here to fix my problems. Yes, I didn’t need to re-flash the system and yes, I’m able to connect to the Internet but state of the systems as it is after upgrade is completely undistinguishable from re-flash state to me. I’m not a power-user, I’m not a BFU also. Right now, I don’t see any value in the upgrade. I believe that there is a value but I simply can’t see it.
Yeah, people do mistakes. That is the reason why Test-Driven-Development and pair-programming was invented. Try to employ those.
Sorry, I do PRs for living, I don’t have a time or energy to fix/fill in the blanks in the documentation here. Maybe someday, sometime. If you would be smart, you would use gamification principles for PRs, documentation, etc.
BTW: My friend worked for CZ.NIC, so I’m quite familiar with the situation over there.