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On Wed 28 May 2014 11:04:39 AM EDT, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 10:59:31AM -0400, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
>>> I'm of the opinion that we should keep the blocker process
>>> unified until and unless that becomes impossible. The only
>>> benefit I can think of to separating them would be metrics,
>>> and I cannot measure the degree to which I don't care about
>>> metrics :)
>> I think we should care about metrics, and I think this would
>> be very useful to track, even though I agree it'd be better to
>> combine into one actual process at this point.
> I specifically meant "metrics about whether issues are specific
> to one Fedora release or another". I should probably start
> drinking coffee.
Coffee is delicious. But even in a highly caffeinated state, I'm
curious why you don't think this specific thing is interesting.
Unless you are saying that it's immeasurable because you *care so
Mostly just that it seems like knowing which blockers came from which
product is data for data's sake, rather than necessarily something
from which we can take action.
I *guess* we could use it to make resourcing decisions, if we actually
had resources to distribute.
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