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Re: fedora stable branch updates Q&A policy

--- Colin Charles <byte aeon com my> wrote:

> On Thu, 2005-01-27 at 19:46 +0100, Kyrre Ness Sjobak
> wrote:
> > Personally, i would believe a q&a mailinglist and
> a "testing" repo for
> > yum could be a good idea, in order to get packages
> as good tested as
> > possible - as fast as possible.
> There is a testing repo, its called updates-testing
> (look
> in /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-updates-testing.repo).
> Discussion of that
> happens at fedora-test-list redhat com as do the
> announcements for new
> packages
> However, I don't think many folk test it and QA it,
> and it usually gets
> pushed out as an update (updates-released) within a
> couple of days
> So, whats your issue with an update  that core had?

there were several regressions. kernels, gui for
firewall with relation to selinux, network manager and
so on. I am sure many of them are well know if you
search in the users list and bugzilla

Rahul Sundaram

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