On Tue, 26 Feb 2008 00:08:09 +0100
Jeroen van Meeuwen <kanarip(a)kanarip.com> wrote:
Basically there *cannot* be a problem in getting a live spin in any
language pass Q&A if the (default) language is all that has changed,
or if OOo(-langpack) is all that has been added. Part of how Release
Engineering and Q&A wanted to compose the live spins had to do
reproducibility, so if the same spin off the same tree is being
reproduced several times with only a different language each, giving
a thumbs up to each of those spins should be a breeze. Quality cannot
be a problem considering the way the compose tools have been set up,
and if quantity is a problem, really, you're back to a quality
problem in the compose tools and reproducibility becomes utopia.
That depends on having all the languages composed at once, or composed
only against the GOLD release packages. The QA issues come in when
each language is spun with a different set of updates included, which
may or may not effect the user experience, particularly installing.
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