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On Tue, 2012-08-28 at 11:00 +0200, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
> I'd make sure those test days will happen on time. Fedora 18 is
> barely installable and according to my information, it's gonna take
> Anaconda team a few more weeks to fix release blockers for alpha.
> We might face the biggest slip in the history of Fedora, so we
> make sure we promote something that is going to happen.
I've seen a few folks install F18 successfully today. I'll give it a
tonight too. According to the trac tickets for these two test
days:, they seem to be on schedule. If there's a delay, it will
show up on the ticket.
I think the test days should follow the current schedule, even we do
not have Alpha by that time. It's not a blocker for Test Day.
Adam has commented on the i18n test day ticket saying that they
whip live images for the test days, even if alpha images aren't
available. I'll keep an eye out though.
This is definitely the right way - we just have to be sure we're able
to compose live images. And a lot of test days are even using own
preprepared images (hint, if you want to deliver set of packages etc.,
to make it easier to use...).