On Thu, 2020-06-25 at 20:18 +0200, Tomasz Torcz wrote:
On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 06:10:23PM -0000, Artur Iwicki wrote:
> Isn't this how bodhi always worked? One week (two weeks for EPEL) and
> if doesn't get negative karma, it gets pushed - no matter if it's an
> enhancement, or a bugfix, or a security update.
I don't think so. I remember my updates sitting in testing for weeks.
Not that I find it worrisome. If my package is so niche that no one tests
it, then no one will be impacted if the update is now or month later.
It hasn't "always" been like this, it was added I think two or three
years back, in response to one of the periodic long arguments about
whether the rules and defaults are too strict or not strict enough.
> When creating an update from the web panel, you can un-check
> "Auto-request stable based on time?" box to disable this. When doing
> this from the command-line... hm, I don't see any field in the
> template that'd allow to change this. Time to file a feature request?
I'm only using “fedpkg update” and there is no time based option in
I guess the option to set it was never added to that tool, only to the
web UI. It should probably be added there I guess.
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