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Re: What Fedora makes sucking for me - or why I am NOT Fedora



Les Mikesell wrote:
> Bugzilla? Where do you want people to report bugs? If you had a fixed
> window before updates would be picked up on the machines with the more
> conservative setting people might be more anxious to report them.

I think Bodhi would be a better place. For example we could do something
with negative karma for stable updates, right now it just gets ignored.

> But I wouldn't envision marking an update as 'bad' although that's an
> interesting concept itself.  I was thinking that there would be a
> specified time when all normal updates enter the repository, followed by
> a time when only critical bug and security fix updates could be added,
> so towards the end of that interval, packages that hadn't been replaced
> with 'better' updates would automatically be assumed 'good' and it would
> be fairly safe to update machines where you want less risk.  Then a new
> cycle of 'new feature' updates could start.

How's that different from updates-testing?

        Kevin Kofler


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