As a DevOps I work a lot with relational databases, especially with Postgres. I run various versions in parallel on my laptop. Some as Docker containers, and some as systemd services.
Recently I decided to try Manjaro as my main distro on the laptop, because I liked the idea of rolling updates. And because it positions itself as a distro that provides the latest versions of the software. Usually I take official packages for Debian, RHEL etc from download(dot)postgresql(dot)org, but unfortunately they don’t provide binaries for Arch.
I looked in the official Manjaro/Arch repos and in AUR and got quite surprised that there is no Postgres 14 at all. Version 14.0 released on 2021-09-30, and 14.1 on 2021-11-11.
As to the previous major version 13, latest available is 13.4 (Repository: extra, Build date: 2021-10-23). Actually it was released 2 months earlier, on 2021-08-12. Current minor version is 13.5 (released on 2021-11-11) and it’s missing in Manjaro/Arch/AUR repos.
What’s going on? Perhaps, I am missing something?
Is there a way of getting fresh binary packages, ideally the same day as a new version is officially released? I know that I can build it from sources, but I am interested in binaries.