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Re: F12 Alpha Blocker Bug Meeting: Friday 2009-07-24



Adam Williamson wrote:
On Thu, 2009-07-23 at 17:53 -0400, Jeff Garzik wrote:
Adam Williamson wrote:
What: F12Alpha Blocker bug meeting (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=f12alpha)
When: Friday, 2009-07-24 @ 15:00 UTC (11 AM EDT)
Where: #fedora-bugzappers

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, tomorrow marks the second blocker bug review
meeting for Fedora 12 Alpha. Please do come along to provide your
insight and wisdom as we go through the list of bugs blocking the Alpha
release (and probably do a quick sweep of those blocking the final
release, too). If you are aware of any bugs you think should block the
Alpha, please do set them to block 'F12Alpha' - and come to the meeting,
if you can, to chime in when we discuss them.

I can't come to the meeting, but I just added this one:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=512377

Upgrading nfs-utils disrupts ALL active NFS clients, and further, prevents them from re-connecting after the upgrade.

Going on strict criteria, this probably isn't an Alpha blocker (as it
doesn't stop the critical functions of the system working). It certainly
looks like a final release blocker, though. Anyway, I'll leave it on the
list and we'll discuss it at the meeting tomorrow and take appropriate
action. Thanks for contributing to the process!

[tone note:  not a sarcastic question...]

What are "critical functions of the system"?

I'd say access to one's filesystem is quite critical.  :)

Either way things go...  thanks!

	Jeff



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