How long is a week?

Richard W.M. Jones rjones at
Wed Sep 8 08:22:47 UTC 2010

On Wed, Sep 08, 2010 at 12:25:29AM +0200, Björn Persson wrote:
> Quote from
> All other updates must either:
>     · reach the criteria laid out in the previous section OR
>     · reach the positive Bodhi karma threshold specified by the updates 
> submitter OR
>     · spend some minimum amount of time in updates-testing, currently one week
> So spending one week in updates-testing is supposed to be sufficient to proceed 
> to updates, right?
> It has now been over eight days since GtkAda-2.14.0-8.fc14 was pushed to F-14 
> updates-testing, and over nine days since I submitted it, but when I try to 
> submit it to stable I get the message "This update has not yet met the minimum 
> testing requirements defined in the Package Update Acceptance Criteria".
> I don't understand this. How does Bodhi count weeks, or what other criteria 
> does this update need to meet?

The fault is with Bodhi.  "One week" is somehow defined as just over 8
days.  I had the exact same problem with some of my packages.


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