Don't put new packages through updates-testing

Josh Boyer jwboyer at
Fri Jun 1 17:25:48 UTC 2007

On Fri, 2007-06-01 at 17:06 +0200, Hans de Goede wrote:
> > If QA can be bypassed then that reduces the incentive to form the team 
> > in the first place.
> I'm not saying QA should be bypassed, I'm saying that delaying packages for a 
> week to allow testing by a non existent team is silly.

I said this before, but it is _at most_ a week.  Since we have no
experience with this yet we can't say for sure, but the actual turn
around time for things that _get comments_ on the updates-testing in
bodhi will likely go much sooner than a week.

> >> All I'm asking for is to leaving this to the packagers discretion, 
> >> isn't Fedora supposed to be all about freedom? Then why put me in a 
> >> straight jacket.
> > 
> > It is not all about freedom though. There are several other factors that 
> > influence a decision.
> > 
> Factors such as? I thought freedom was the great good which we are all working for.

Factors such as end user stability.  Users don't exist to serve
packagers.  It's the other way around.


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