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Re: Fedora QA ? - Re: What Fedora makes sucking for me - or why I am NOT Fedora

Jóhann B. Guðmundsson wrote:

For a developer to be able to test his code he needs to test on all possible scenarios hw and sw related repeated times the n option ( if any ) his application can do.

That's too idealistic. Developers should develop as well as test to the extend it is feasible.

It STILL would fall into the hands of the QA to double check if he/they missed something..

Sure but like I said, this is a complimentary effort.

If the blame belongs somewhere than it is with the QA to have released it to the end user in > the first place and THAT'S what I'm aiming at improving taking the QA on the QA :) > but it will take time!.

The responsibility isn't just with the QA team. It is primarily with the developers. QA is just helping. I applaud your efforts to improve that team but don't assume blame for everything.

But I do agree with you that it would help if he/they have updates-testing enabled to test their component that is if they are actually developing and using it on Fedora GA release..

It would also help, if people didn't just bypass the testing repository altogether even for security updates as the dbus security update fiasco has just taught us, yet again.

In reality we need more devs..

Yeah, we need more of everything.


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