On Mon, Feb 3, 2020 at 10:22 PM Paul Whalen <pwhalen(a)redhat.com> wrote:
As discussed in the Fedora QA meeting today, below are the proposed
release blocking desktops on ARM.
== Summary ==
Proposed changes to the Desktop release criteria for ARM and AArch64 in
* drop Xfce on 32-bit ARM from release blocking desktops
* add Workstation on AArch64 to release blocking desktops
== Detailed Description ==
In Fedora 32 we will have a couple new additions to release blocking
including IoT and CoreOS. In order to reduce the overall test coverage and
blocking desktops we propose no longer blocking on the 32-Bit ARM Xfce
and adding Workstation on AArch64 as a release blocking desktop.
Release blocking image changes:
I'm not a part of ARM SIG so I don't get to vote. But as part of QA, I just
want to say that we're OK with that change. Workstation desktop already
gets full testing coverage on x86_64, so having it on the release blocking
it twice makes our life easier (compared to two different desktop
environments). We will need to figure out how complete testing we can
provide to aarch64 Workstation, but that will be part of a different
thread. For completeness, there's also this Workstation WG ticket  where
we talk about both parts (Workstation being blocking on aarch64, and the
level of QA we can provide).