On Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 02:10:30PM +0200, Jakub Jelinek wrote:
2018-01-10 is way too early for a mass rebuild from GCC point of
even if we perform the test mass rebuild over the Christmas break,
there won't be enough time to analyze it and fix any GCC issues revealed
during that time. GCC bugfixing usually starts around November 15th and
needs some time before it can be fixed enough to use widely.
Moving the mass rebuild one week earlier than last time
is maybe doable, but not one month. And not rebuilding F27 with GCC 8
is a bad idea for both the compiler and Fedora.
So, "one week earlier than last time" would be January 31st. (Or 30th?
Depends if we want that on a Tuesday like everything else or Wednesday
like this time around, if it matters.) Is that enough to help? Let me
rework it and let's see what that looks like...
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