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Re: F10 updates breaking things



Michael Schwendt wrote:
> Guidelines aren't worth a penny, if there is nobody to enforce them.

The problem is that mindless enforcement isn't always a good idea. For
example, once the breakage happened, pushing the fixed version directly to
stable was the *right* thing to do. (It was a serious regression, it needed
fixing as quickly as possible.) And he actually submitted it for testing
first, but then changed it to stable before a push actually happened,
certainly based on positive feedback. But pushing the previous update (the
one which caused the regression) directly to stable was the mistake.

        Kevin Kofler


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