Updates Criteria Summary/Brainstorming
opensource at till.name
Mon Nov 22 17:04:21 UTC 2010
On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 09:57:40AM +0100, Henrik Nordström wrote:
> sön 2010-11-21 klockan 11:00 +0100 skrev Till Maas:
> > I guess this can be somehow automated. E.g. change Bodhi to drop the
> > karma requirements for packages that had e.g. two subsequent updates
> > without any Bodhi feedback and re-enable it if they get feedback.
> That would be somewhat counter productive for the goal of actually
> having testers, as it discourages maintainers looking for testers as a
> way to improve their release process.
I do not see how this discourages maintainers. I do not know of any
package maintainer that stated that he did not want his updates tested.
This would at least encourage people that want better tested updates to
commit into testing them. The current problem is not that package
maintainers do not want their packages tested, but that updates are
delayed without any visible testing.
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