On Fri, 2010-11-12 at 23:14 -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
2. I screwed up and introduced a packaging bug, for instance bad
dependencies or inability to "yum update". That's been known to happen
too. But I have a lot more faith in autoqa being able to catch that
kind of problem in a timely fashion than I do in manual testing catching
In the long run so do we, but right now, autoqa is not hooked up to the
build process in any way. It's manual testing or nothing.
I guess what this boils down to is that I'd be happier with the
process if it were actually successful at finding problems. In my
experience, it's a week's delay for exactly zero return.
It does find problems. Though, by what you say, not in your packages, so
I know where you're coming from; but we've certainly caught a positive
integer amount of bugs with the process. :)
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