On Mon, 2010-11-01 at 03:54 +0100, Kevin Kofler wrote:
There's exactly one constructive thing to do, it's repealing
this set of
policies (Critical Path and Update Acceptance Criteria) in its entirety.
An update should go stable when the maintainer says so, karma should be
purely informational feedback for the maintainer.
I disagree. The evidence you cite does not support this conclusion. We
implemented the policies for three releases. There are significant
problems with one release. This does not justify the conclusion that the
policies should be entirely repealed.
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