Drawing lessons from fatal SELinux bug #1054350
mschwendt at gmail.com
Sat Jan 25 19:28:52 UTC 2014
On Sat, 25 Jan 2014 19:29:12 +0100, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> > https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2013-23627
> > Karma: 17
> > Stable karma: 16 (!)
> > It has reached the karma threshold 16 after ~5 days.
> > And those have not been all testers.
> That can work for yum, but if I set the stable karma to 16 for kfloppy,
Nobody suggested doing that for kfloppy or other packages, which hardly
ever get feedback in bodhi.
If a test update doesn't get any feedback in bodhi, what does that imply?
If you mark it stable after 7 days, you've tested it yourself for some
If the update doesn't refer to any bugzilla tickets, what does that mean?
> release will reach its EOL without it getting there (unless somebody targets
> testers specifically at kfloppy to win the bet ;-) … and buys them floppy
> drives, too ;-) ). Heck, even if Fedora releases didn't have an EOL, you or
> me probably wouldn't live to see it go stable.
Almost funny, if it weren't possible to mark test updates as stable after
It could be that nobody uses the package at all, so it would not a big
deal if an update (or upgrade?) took 7+ days to enter the updates repo. ;-p
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