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Re: thunderbird upgrade - wtf?



On 10/14/2009 08:23 PM, Jesse Keating wrote:

> And that's a people problem more than a process problem.  If nobody
> tests it in updates-testing, then how is the maintainer to know that it
> is problematic?  Certainly not solvable with even more repos for testing
> content...

3 people give positive feedback and the update is automatically pushed
from updates-testing to updates despite atleast one feedback to the
contrary at

https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/F11/FEDORA-2009-9911?_csrf_token=b77b748e49c5311eb85031331cb2f6474028d615

The UI changes certainly would be visible without any user feedback. The
buttons getting removed from the toolbar as well as smart folders were
immediately visible within minutes. Anyone with significant amount of
email would probably run into the indexing issue soon as well.

Note that the update indicates it is a security issue but doesnt explain
what the security fix is nor does it indicate what other major changes
are there. No notes has been entered to assist the testers. I don't
think the onus can be placed entirely on potential testers to provide
feedback within a week. That is just finger pointing and doesn't help
address such problems or even mitigate it.

Rahul


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