Jesse Keating <jkeating redhat com> wrote on ۰۸/۱۲/۲۲ 03:34:39:
Currently, the Notes section in New Update page of Bodhi has this comment: "SomeOn Sun, 2008-12-21 at 21:58 -0200, Martin Langhoff wrote:I won't speak for Axel, and I'm not sure about F8 criteria - the pkgs were put in updates-testing months ago. The old fakeroot has a nasty race condition that leads to dataloss. The delta is a pileup of fixes, no new features to speak of.This would have all been good info to put in the update request. What I see is a update request to go straight to stable, bypassing updates-testing all together, and no information for users about what they're going to consume.
optional details about this update that will appear in the notice". And there is nothing
about this section of Bodhi in the UpdatingPackageHowTo.
Personally, what I get is that it is good to put some useful info in the Notes: section, but
if you don't put anything, it is still OK.
But recently I found that this section is a little more important. I think there should be
a little more info about it, and some examples of when these comments are useful.