John Summerfield wrote:
Richard mentioned a specific example where the package didn't seem to
have had even a rudimentary test, and I thought you were defending the
Then you thought wrong. I was explaining the general scenario. Not a
specific instance. The specific instance doesn't fail any rudimentary
test anyway IMO. It installs, removes and updates packages just fine.
Sure, there are UI bugs and I have been filing them one by one.
Remember, we are talking about rawhide, the development version of Fedora.
> Of course there are many. One example would be
That's _after_ it's released to users. Richard's example was one that
should not have gone that far.
Packages in the development, updates-testing repository can be tested
and feedback provided which determines whether it goes released or not
to general users.