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Nightly branched images retrospective



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So for a couple releases now we've only done nightly images (boot.iso,
et al) from the Branched repo, as opposed to rawhide.  We've also only
composed those from the things marked "stable" in bodhi.  My question is
has this been helpful, hurtful, indifferent, etc to the anaconda team
(and I'll pose the same thing to QA team soon)?

Going further from the above, do you think it's "right" or "best" to be
creating these images from only the stable content, or should we be
producing these from the content in updates-testing (to facilitate
easier testing and karma production, at the expense of potentially less
stable images)?

Just some thoughts rattling in my head as we near F14 completion.

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Jesse Keating
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