On 2010-11-29, Rahul Sundaram <metherid(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 11/29/2010 08:04 PM, Petr Pisar wrote:
> I do not get the idea why I should filter some irrelevant mails if
> better is to not sent them. Especially if I cannot solve the subject of
> the mail. Yeah, the subject is somobody does not did his job. I cannot
> imagine the knowledge would help me in my packager duties.
I am sorry but "somebody does not did his job"? It is not the "job"
anyone to test packages for you. They are merely helping out and we
will get more help if we express gratitude instead of a sense of
I do not accuse anybody not duing his job. I just complain the mails are
absolutly irrelevant from point of view of package maintainer who pushed
the package. You can replace the `job' with `expected duty' or `role'.
I could worry about my packages not being stabilized, however that would
be all I could do and it would have no effect. Frankly, I don't care
about stable-status of my packages as that are Fedora rules that draw
line between packager and tester `duties' in package update. I could
become proven tester to test (not only) my own packages, however such
cheating would be silly.