BEWARE: a problematic glibc made it to stable (F16)
airlied at redhat.com
Fri Oct 21 17:55:37 UTC 2011
> > The Glibc package maintainer. I'm pretty sure he understands
> > upstream, and FESCo should probably start the discussion with him
> > first anyway.
> I'm not exactly sure what glibc "upstream" (defined as people without
> commit rights to Fedora git) have to do with this at all. The issue
> AIUI is that unproven glibc changes are getting committed to stable
> Fedora branches rather than rawhide where they belong. Surely, this
> is a matter to discuss with the Fedora maintainer(s) of glibc and
They are mostly the same people.
Its not like glibc is that inviting for a development community to gather around.
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