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Re: Buyer Beware: A Major Change in NFS is about to happen



Jesse Keating, Tue, 29 Sep 2009 23:45:08 -0700:
> Right, I've always taken it to mean "Our experimental code is in, and
> we're ready to take end user testing feedback on it"  which is different
> from "our code is in, but not really done, and we don't care if it's
> broken because we're going to re-write it again in a week".

Except this is not exactly correct ... this is not beta by industry 
standards, but release candidate which will be left rottening for two 
months before released and found completely useless (because 0day updates 
will be probably again bigger than amount of packages people usually 
install).

Case in question ... I am not allowed to fix bug https://
bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=520998, which I have filed some time 
ago, watched that maintainer didn't do anything to it, finally after 
discussing it with OpenSSL maintainer I have decided that upgrading to 
the current stable version of the package makes a lot of sense, fixed the 
spec so that it builds, build it ... and found that I cannot push it to 
the bodhi, because I would need to humbly petition FESCO for permission 
to fix a bug. And no I cannot swear that it won't break anything (it is 
not my package after all), so I will just not bother, and let is slip for 
anybody who cares to take care of it.

Do we have somewhere real Rawhide (i.e., dist-f13) repos available now 
when dist-f12 has been released? I don't want to upgrade from koji.

Matěj


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