Firefox on Fedora: No longer funny
tmraz at redhat.com
Wed Oct 12 22:40:20 UTC 2011
On Thu, 2011-10-13 at 00:04 +0200, Henrik Nordström wrote:
> ons 2011-10-12 klockan 21:41 +0200 skrev Thomas Spura:
> > I set them often to 1, but don't want to upkarma my own update because
> > it feels like cheating...
> > Especially updates, that fix a broken package, are an examples, that the
> > current path (with forcing updates in updates-testing) taken is wrong
> > and needs adjustment or more willing testers.
> If you know the current package is broken then direct pushing by using
> your own testing & karma is no chating.
> Adding karma without testing is cheating, but if you already know that
> the current package is seriously broken and that the same update in
> other Fedora versions works fine then "cheating" is better than nothing.
Unfortunately it is disallowed (not technically blocked though) under
the current update rules to give your own update a +1 karma. I at least
partially tried to change this rule but I did not get enough votes from
other FESCo members for this change.
No matter how far down the wrong road you've gone, turn back.
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