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Re: fedora stable branch updates Q&A policy

fre, 28.01.2005 kl. 10.43 skrev Colin Charles:
> 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?

Can't remember it rigth now (except my AWE 64 ISA sound board won't work
with the fc2 2.6.10 kernel...), but there has been others too.

I acctually *am* on the test list and has been for ½ a year, but i more
or less thought this was a list for the test releases leading up to the
release of a stable version - and as a generally "low traffic/high clue"
version of the users list when not used for this purpose. Seems like i
was wrong.

What about informing people on this, having a system where developers
from RH (core) and non-RH (extras) can ask for Q&A? A simpler system
might also be a bettetr system IMO.

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