For this month, I installed snapshot 20151218. The install was done on Monday morning.
I had recently replaced the hard drive on my main desktop, so this was a new install to replace what I had installed on the previous drive. I had already created partitions, including an encrypted LVM with space for several root file systems, a swap file system and a home file system. So I wanted to install Tumbleweed into the encrypted LVM.
Up until now, I have avoided “btrfs”, except for a brief trial with a beta release of 13.1. It is about time for more serious testing. So I decided to use “btrfs” for the root file system with this Tumbleweed install. Apparently, “btrfs” works best if “/boot” is part of the root file system. So this meant no separate unencrypted “/boot”.