On 12/03/2009 02:21 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
On Thu, 2009-12-03 at 11:45 -0500, Clyde E. Kunkel wrote:
> Reading the anaconda list, I see a very large number of changes coming
> down the road, all significant and probably as complex as the storage
> rewrite. I bet the anaconda developers would appreciate the widest
> possible testing as soon as changes hit rawhide.
> If rawhide is to be frozen, can a mechanism to test anaconda, at a
> minimum, be provided? Testing the rest of rawhide is easy and has been
> well documented.
> Thanks, from a cheerful anaconda tester who may now be tearful.
Well, if you read the posts from Peter Jones, that's actually *not* what
they want. They say they want to move to model where they provide images
for testing anaconda when they're ready to.
Then why put updates in rawhide? For the live isos? I know there is a
way with updages.img files to test, but creating them is beyond me.
Also, I guess we could use Mr. Keating's pungi method.
It is too bad that the good old days of easily testing the cool changes
being made in anaconda are over.