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Re: Rawhide Install failure

On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 7:59 PM, Eric Sandeen <sandeen redhat com> wrote:
> Jerry Amundson wrote:
>> On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 6:42 PM, Jesse Keating <jkeating redhat com> wrote:
>>> On Thu, 2009-04-09 at 16:24 -0700, Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX N2469R wrote:
>>>> Today's 64 bit rsync pxeboot install fails right after entering the
>>>> root password.  The message is: An error occurred attempting to load
>>>> an installation interface component
>>>> className = PartitionTypeWindow
>>> This is not bugzilla.
>> Nor is bugzilla the fedora-test maillist. People are different,
>> therefore so is their workflow. I think people on this list should be
>> more accepting of this fact, especially since reading of fedora-test
>> is advised early in the rawhide test process:
>> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/Rawhide#Testing_Rawhide
> "First, read the fedora-test-list mailing list, where Rawhide users
> discuss the latest changes. You'll find discussion of significant
> changes and warnings of severe breakages here. Reading test-list daily
> is key to staying on top of Rawhide. Secondly, report all the bugs you
> find in Rawhide to Bugzilla.  Remember to file bugs according to these
> best practices. Please remember that bugs should always be filed in
> Bugzilla. Reporting bugs on the mailing list or IRC is not sufficient,
> as these reports rapidly become lost in history."
> Bugzilla really and truly is the place to report bugs.  Anywhere else
> stands a much greater chance of getting lost.

True, but my point is we should have more respect for the personal
lives of everyone giving time here, and in all open source projects.
In fact, were it up to me, the wording of the above snippet would be
changed. But it's not, so it won't. (don't bother to give me the
its-a-wiki-change-it crap)

I also find it ironic that this thread immediately invokes defensive,
borderline demanding, responses from two @redhat.com addresses.

The greatest efficiency is for shit to work the first time. When it
doesn't, we're here to help, but don't expect it to be more than what
each person is capable of contributing.


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