Bruno Wolff III wrote:
I am concerned about that. If my karma is going to be treated
because I become a proventester, I'd want to know what I am supposed to be
doing differently and not mark something +1 by mistake. I think this
concern goes away in the unicorn filled world where bodhi has descriptive
feedback instead of numerical feedback.
Really DESCRIPTIVE feedback is just incompatible by design with automated
enforcement. We have to go back to where the decision is made by a human
with a brain (the maintainer) to really make use of precise feedback.
Software just cannot grasp these things. Or do you volunteer for writing an
NLP processing system for Bodhi, and training all our testers to deal with
its limitations? Why can't we just let a human be the one to decide when to
hit the "Push to stable" button?