On Thu, 2016-11-10 at 13:31 -0800, Chris Murphy wrote:
> > > 17:10:26 <adamw> i can't really vote -1 on this under the
current criteria unless someone tries on a newer mac and it works. but given
, i am entirely open to dropping the criterion on the basis of failure to test.
I think it's specious to drop the criterion on this basis. There are
plenty of other things that don't get tested and their criterion don't
I am actually planning to propose precisely this.
It's always a last minute rush to test things like active
We have this testing fairly well covered now.
This is now tested automatically by openQA (so we already have had
several F26 blockers for it filed and fixed...)
you know the list way better than I do, so
I don't know why you're picking on this one in contrast to others.
We've talked about it before, but I think we could stand to tighten
down on it better. There may be some things it kinda makes sense to
have in the criteria without an explicit testing plan that 100% covers
them, but at the very least we need to reconsider it.
Still, you've said in the bug that you actually were testing OS X dual
boot, just not filing results, which changes the picture there a bit.
We need to get more data before we can draw any conclusions, though.
So feel free to drop the pretty UI/Ux going forward if maintaining
that is going to cause problems,
This might be a good idea (thanks for reminding me about the weird
wrinkle with how this works, pjones did also).
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