Jon Stanley wrote:
On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 7:37 PM, Manuel Wolfshant
> which is why I suggested the automatic push (unless the package exhibited
> problems and received negative karma) after 3 months. which is half the
> release cycle of the main distro.
I still don't think that's a good idea. I maintain a few niche
packages (supybot-fedora and supybot-koji) which are semi-critical to
Fedora infrastructure (provides very easy methods to get info out of
pkgdb, FAS, and Koji on IRC).
and both were reviewed by me as soon as I could do it
after the bugs
were submitted ...
I can count the number of users of
these packages on one hand (I would say one finger, but I know Kevin
uses at least supybot-fedora ;) )
persuade those < 5 users to give positive feedback via bodhi :) You
should already know all of them personally :)
Does this mean that they're not of high quality just because no
uses them? Of course not.
of course not
Same thing for Michael's packages I'd
assume. A three month wait to get stuff into stable just seems WAY
too long. As Kevin has already said, delay !=stable.
Feel free to propose a shoter delay, or another mechanism. I just
suggested a default fallback in order to be sure that the packages do
not stay forever in testing. We are all open to suggestions, aren't we ?