FESCo wants to ban direct stable pushes in Bodhi (urgent call for feedback)
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Fri Feb 26 13:26:59 UTC 2010
On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 8:14 AM, Marcela Maslanova wrote:
> ----- "Matthias Clasen" wrote:
>> I think banning stable pushes is the right idea. None of your reasons
>> very convincing.
Another annoying issue is updates with no explanations. There is a
"Notes" field in bodhi that many people just ignore for an unknown
reason. Any update with less than a specified number of characters
(~40) in the Notes should also be banned.
I can't see a reason to make exceptions. If people used the testing
repo appropriately, things would actually get tested. I wish there was
a solution without some sort of banning, but apparently, there is not.
> My packages are rarely tested and I forget them in testing phase for a
> long time. Also fixing BR don't need testing.
This is not quite right. Adding a BR might mean enabling a previously
disabled feature of the software, which DOES need testing.
Any change needs testing. Even one liners.
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