On Fri, 2016-12-09 at 15:05 -0500, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Fri, Dec 09, 2016 at 11:55:26AM -0800, Adam Williamson wrote:
> problem. The fact that updates default to auto-push after +3 karma is
> entirely plucked out of the air, it's just something someone made up
> one day. We could *certainly* change that. I'd be quite interested in a
> tweak where there's a minimum-time-in-testing value for autopush too,
> which would default to say 2 days. The way that would work is automatic
> push would never happen until the update had actually been in updates-
> testing (not queued for push) for that long. *Manual* push could still
> be done during that time, and the update submitter could make the
> minimum-time-in-testing value larger or smaller (as they can make the
> karma threshold for autopush greater or smaller). 2 days would just be
> the default (and is similarly a number I've just made up; we could make
> it something else).
What if we combined this time threshold with, also, auto-pushes happen
only on Monday (or whatever)?
I wouldn't hate it. On a visceral level I've never bought the 'batched
updates' idea at all, but if it only affects autopushes I don't mind
tweaking around. It doesn't involve too much work to change, it's easy
to change back, and manual pushes are still available.
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