On Sun, Nov 28, 2010 at 13:38:36 +0100,
Till Maas <opensource(a)till.name> wrote:
I wrote to give +1 after using it and your original problem was, that
you did not notice when something works. So if you updated firefox
yesterday and used it to browse the world wide web without problems and
run fedora-easy-karma today, you can give the firefox update a +1.
Fedora-easy-karma shows you how long rpms from an update have been
installed and you can even query only for updates with rpms that have
been installed for at least a certain time. So you only need to remember
whether you actually used it.
Ah, that's a bit different. I use updates-testing (or rawhide) and have kitchen
sink type installs, so lots of updates I get in updates-testing I don't
actually use. For things I don't actually use I just end up reporting about
installation problems. For things I do use, I usually have only been doing
karma when I am following up on a bug I have encountered.
But if easy-karma makes it easy to give karma for things I do use, then it's
probably worth taking a look at.