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Re: yum --skip-broken update by default?

On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 3:24 PM, Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh redhat com> wrote:
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Seth Vidal wrote:
> On Thu, 11 Dec 2008, Bill Nottingham wrote:
>> Seth Vidal (skvidal fedoraproject org) said:
>>>> 1) People who have dependency problem won't see them anymore.
>>> b/c we need to get the dep problems reported, too.
>> Then you also enable by default the
>> yum-email-dep-problems-to-fedora-devel
>> plugin.
> Do we have an anonymous bug filer account we can use? If so, then,
> well,yes, we can do that.
> -sv

I would hope that this would be opt-in as well, or we're going to make a
lot of people angry. Some people don't necessarily want to broadcast the
list of packages they have or want on their system - broken or not.

Its not really a problem to simply add --skip-broken when something is broke.  But I'd be OK with yum automatically using the --skip-broken feature, explaining what is broke at the end, then asking if it is ok to report it anonymously. 

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