Evolution update in F13
maxamillion at fedoraproject.org
Sat Jun 26 05:33:52 UTC 2010
Sounds like it might need to be. Maybe push stable requests with -2 karma to
some list that requires investigation and possibly a +3 (or other agreed
upon number) proventesters karma to go stable?
Just a thought.
-AdamM (From Android)
On Jun 25, 2010 6:27 PM, "Jesse Keating" <jkeating at redhat.com> wrote:
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Can anybody tell me what went wrong with this update? It was submitted
at 15:09 on 06-23, then made it into testing at 16:19 on 06-24 and was
submitted for stable two hours later. Between that submission and the
push to stable (push to stable happened at 18:09 on 06-25) numerous
negative karma came in due to broken deps. The update went out anyway,
and now we have a mess of broken updates on a critical path package, and
have to scramble to fix it with more updates, on a Friday.
Can anybody help me understand the scenario here? Should we start
filtering out push requests that have more than -2 karma?
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