update some testcases(2)

Adam Williamson awilliam at redhat.com
Mon Jan 14 23:45:17 UTC 2013


On Mon, 2013-01-14 at 01:16 -0500, Lili Nie wrote:
>     Thanks a lot Kamil and Adam for their comments.
>   Welcome more comments and as soon as we have a decision
>    on the changes,the wiki-page will be updated.

You don't necessarily need a 'decision' - the convention is that you
propose your changes, then if you get any feedback, deal with the
feedback, then keep doing that cycle until one of two things happen:

1) you get all 'positive' feedback, no suggested changes
2) you stop getting any feedback at all

if you propose a change and don't get any feedback on it within a couple
of weeks, and you're pretty sure it's a sensible change, it's fine to
just go ahead and do it. 'No complaints' counts as 'approval'. :) It's
always a wiki, things can always be changed if someone comes along and
sees a problem later. If you propose something and no-one goes 'no!
that's terrible!' within two weeks, it's a pretty good indication your
change at least isn't just completely terrible.
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