On Thu, 2010-12-02 at 19:19 +0100, Till Maas wrote:
A big difference is that the testing process is very fuzzy and there
not much tooling that helps people to test unknown software. E.g. if I
want to review a package, there are several checklists I could use and
there are guidelines that I can easily follow to perform a review. But
testing software is not that easy.
That's one thing we'll be working on this cycle.
Also it is not possible to partly test updates and share the effort.
E.g. in reviews everyone can comment to get the package in shape if it
Non-numeric Bodhi feedback will help with that. (Luke, in case you
didn't get the hint yet...we really need that non-numeric Bodhi
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