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Re: speed of yum depsolver

Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
On 3/12/07, Nicolas Mailhot <nicolas mailhot laposte net> wrote:
Le lundi 12 mars 2007 à 13:05 -0400, Jesse Keating a écrit :
> On Monday 12 March 2007 12:25:40 Nicolas Mailhot wrote:

> > developper/tester respect goes both ways.
> The yum team has been very vocal about whats going on in yum land, how is this
> not being respectful to the testing community?

Complaining testers expect rawhide to work is not respectful. Testers
are doing their testers work, and that includes bugging developers to
fix their stuff.

Reporting problems is un-fun enough without getting this kind of
response. There's one thing worse than grumpy testers it's having to do
your testing yourself.

There are multiple ways to report problems.. some work better than others:

1) I noticed a slow down in yum recently? I looked through bugzilla
and did not see this, and I didn't find any mention on (xyz-list) that
there would be known regressions. Could anyone else confirm they are
seeing this.. just in case its my system testing?

2) This is complete Bull. I try to test your $^%# software, and yum
just takes forever. Fix your software or I walk. [which while not the
exact words, seems to be the tone taken in some of this discussion.]

I only started this discussion because I wanted to know if the optimization work will be started before the feature freeze. seth answerd with a simple yes.
no need for such a discussion at all.

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