Plan for tomorrow's FESCo meeting (2010-11-17)

Till Maas opensource at
Mon Nov 22 20:47:59 UTC 2010

On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 12:31:05PM -0800, Mike Fedyk wrote:

> So they stay in updates-testing until someone does actually test them.
> We all know that the longer that updates wait in updates-testing the
> more likely the world will stop spinning.

It is totally annoying and time consuming to hit fixed bugs again, just
because the update has not been pushed from testing to stable. I cannot
really imagine that I am the only one experiencing this ever and ever
again. E.g. just today when I wanted to debug f-e-k on the F14 test
machine provided for package maintainers, ipython did not work at all,
because it required an X server. The bug was already reported and fixed,
but the update only in testing.

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