By numbers we have about 130+ settings(just global settings) not part of AOSP, and we've been spending time validating all of your upgrade paths like os upgrade, backup, and gms restore will have fully retained your options on a new version of .
A point of pride has been that you can take any prior release CM device and flash the newest version without any data loss -- it's something we'll be continuing for many versions to come.
This is something that drives me absolutely nuts. People run around telling users that they should be wiping data between rom upgrades. I'm not talking about between nightlies, although I've even seen that recommended before which is insane, but between major version upgrades. There is no reason you should have to wipe your data when going from cm-12.1 to cm-13.0. Database migrations are built in to the rom. It handles the upgrade for you. People like spend a bunch of time making sure this sort of stuff works.
99% of the time if someone is having issues after a major release upgrade, its because they didn't flash an updated gapps package along with the rom (not something CM really has any control over) or they went backwards (cm-13.0->cm12.1 for example) as migrations don't handle a downgrade.
On several occasions I've seen mention that if we do something that forces a user to wipe their data, we've done something wrong. That couldn't be more true.
Now, if you're lucky enough, you may be able to get your hands on an early unofficial build of cm 13 for your device. These most likely will require a wipe at this time, as the database migrations are still in development. But by the time official nightlies start, they will be working.
This is on par with the "wipe your data 3 times in recovery to make sure you get it all" rumor.
tl;dr You don't need to wipe your data when you upgrade to an official cm-13.0 build and anyone that tells you different is misinformed, ignorant or just plain lying to you.
This will just lead to people filtering which apps to install depending on whether they have this label or not.
Google experiments with UX paradigms, gets praised for being a pioneer.
Likewise the lead ui tooling engineers of Google push for the spec, while the same company continuously contradicts their statements.
Additionally, security fixes from this month have been integrated into CM12.1 and CM11 branches.
Due to the now handful of devices and users on CM12.0, we have disabled further builds for that branch.
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