On Thu, 2016-01-14 at 14:10 -0500, Josh Boyer wrote:
> Well, whenever I've seen it discussed, there's been an understanding
> that there's a difference there; we do ship a lot of non-release-
> blocking media, after all. The idea was that declaring that i686 media
> are not blocking is less drastic than out-and-out dropping them, and
> gives WGs / SIGs the power to choose whether they want to keep shipping
> the images or not. So I'd say you still have a choice to make here: do
> you want to keep producing non-blocking 32-bit Workstation media in a
> sort of 'here they are if you REALLY want them' way, or just stop
> producing them entirely?
If they are made, is QA going to commit to testing them as they have
in the past even if none of the issues found are going to block the
release? If so, then we have a discussion to have. If not, then I
really don't see the point in shipping untested media.
Well, we'd treat them just as any other non-release-blocking-but-still-
kinda-significant media, I guess - like the Xfce images, for e.g.
There'd be no need to drop the tests from the matrices, but they'd be
done on a best-effort basis. We could still have openQA do the 32-bit
testing it currently does (right now we only really test install of
live media, but I may get around to adding a few of the 'desktop' tests
to openQA before this cycle gets too busy).
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