On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 5:16 AM Petr Šabata <contyk(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Fri, Sep 14, 2018 at 10:22:12AM -0400, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> At yesterday's F29 Go/No-Go meeting, we discussed the blocker status
> of BZ #1628192 - Fedora 29 installation cannot see a firmware RAID
> device. While the blocker criteria clearly states that this should be
> a blocker for Beta, many of the people present at the meeting
> disagreed, for a variety of reasons.
> * Hardware supporting fwraid is considerably less pervasive than it
> was when the criterion was written
> * Testing this criterion can only be done with install media, which
> limits our testing pool to the very dedicated members of Fedora QA.
> Yes, anyone *can* download a nightly compose and try it, but in
> practice this tends to be limited to the core testers. The majority of
> testing that this feature will get will tend to happen as people try
> out the Beta release.
> To that end, I'd like to propose that we make the following change to
> the criteria going forward:
> "The blocking criterion for successful installation atop a firmware
> RAID array is moved to the GA release criteria."
I hope this won't just mean we discover the problems later, in practice.
The policy of Fedora QA is to run all of the GA-blocking tests at Beta as well.