On Sun, 2013-10-27 at 01:46 +0200, Kevin Kofler wrote:
Adam Williamson wrote:
> I don't think we'd really be correct in blocking the release for such
> issues - especially not Beta. We used to have 'polish' criteria for
> Final which at least required the icons used in the system menus - i.e.
> what's specified in the app's .desktop file - to be sane for all
> installed applications, but we dropped that (and other polish criteria)
> with the F19/F20 criteria re-write on the basis that they were really
> stretching a bit too far and would be unlikely to hold up to a 'last
> blocker before release' acid test. Stuff like this doesn't break
> anyone's use of the system catastrophically and can reasonably be fixed
> with updates.
But it also affects the live images (making them look very unpolished) and
we don't respin those.
That's why I said 'reasonably' not 'perfectly' :) I can see an
for blocking Final, though in practice, I don't think our current
standards are such that it really makes sense to claim our final
releases are so smooth as to be worth enforcing a high standard of
polish via the blocker mechanisms. But certainly for Beta it seems too
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