test Digest, Vol 77, Issue 32

Adam Williamson awilliam at redhat.com
Thu Jul 15 19:52:08 UTC 2010

On Thu, 2010-07-15 at 15:35 -0400, Bob Lightfoot wrote:
> Adam and Community ;
>      Just a comment about your latest request.  I usually run yum update 
> --enable-repo=updates-testing and then fedora-easy-karma to see what 
> packages had updates which need feedback, skipping them the first time.  
> Adding a karma of 0 and a comment of "not tested" prevents packages I 
> don't plan to test for whatever reason {familiarity, etc} from showing 
> up again when I run future fedora-easy-karma commands.  It can become a 
> real hassle skipping 4 or 5 packages {some of them Crit-Path} just to 
> find the two or three you want to add karma on but can't recall their 
> full and proper name so you're lazy and letting f-e-k do the work.  I 
> hope I'm making my concept/point clearly enough.  We need some means 
> within f-e-k for a tester to flag a package as skip presenting this to 
> me. Right now the 0 karma and "not tested" comment does this.  And I'd 
> prefer the tracking of what I want skipped be done for me, not that I 
> ahve to  maintain a list.  Don't want much do I :)

Till, could f-e-k grow a 'don't show me this update again, foo!' option?
Adam Williamson
Fedora QA Community Monkey
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