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Re: [QA] To clone or not to clone ( a bug report ) that's the question...



Kevin Kofler wrote:
"Jóhann B. Guðmundsson" wrote:
Dont worry you can bother yourself with writing your own proper
testing/test pages for your own components.

Looking forward to see them.

I just proposed a competing arbitrary policy in your QA ticket:
https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-qa/ticket/5

It's easy to write up an arbitrary policy without asking anyone, even easier
to copy somebody else's as you did (and while this does mean at least 2
people are supporting the policy, that's not a consensus). But that's not
how decisions are made in a community project.

        Kevin Kofler

Please dont mix testers with triagers these are 2 separated teams.

It would be good if you could spend some time of your writing energy
writing testing/ test cases for your components and how you would like
testers to report to components that you maintain.

And of course I copied Mark suggestion it's a dam good one but that does not mean
that it will be the one that makes into the final chapter.

And so far I have not published anything without it being approved first either on a QA meeting or by the maintainer giving his blessing on testing/test cases that it's like he wants it.

And I offer my service to those maintainers that dont have the time to write theirs and gladly accept my
aid in that matter.

JBG


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