Ok, I understand the point, I too have lived with some of these bugs and
don't noticed them until now. It's fair to move on and don't hold the
release hostage as Matthew said, but for that I think we should add some
rule, policie or something to the release blocking criteria allowing that,
because most of these bugs meet one or other criteria and we must be
Em dom., 17 de out. de 2021 às 05:54, Mattia Verga <
On 16/10/21 22:15, Geraldo Simião Kutz wrote:
So, by that thought, if a bug meet the blocking criteria but have not been
caught in the previous release by a mistake of the team (as no one pointed
before as blocker bug) that bug can no more be blocker?
That's my opinion. If the bug is already present in a previous release why
it should block the next? If no one had never reported or even noticed the
bug in the previous version I doubt it should be considered a blocker.
In this specific case, I used to have a bare metal machine which had been
updated during years between Fedora releases. I was using F34 on that old
machine and I never noticed neither the plasma-discover or the
KScreenLocker bugs. I then upgraded my PC, installed F34 from clean and
started noticing those bugs. I can live with them during my everyday
workstation usage, certainly they're annoying (especially the KScreenLocker
bug, the plasma-discover bug has disappeared after some upgrades), but that
wouldn't prevent me from upgrading to F35.
I must also add that, searching in the web about those bugs, I can found
users hitting them long time ago. But KDE never fixed them. I also tried to
upgrade KScreenLocker to the next available version (available only in F36)
and only partially fix the problem. So, if we had to wait for KDE to fix
those bugs, we are going to delay F35 release for a long time...
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