Review: Syncing from testing a success?
robert.collins at ubuntu.com
Thu Apr 8 21:55:17 BST 2010
On Thu, 2010-04-08 at 21:41 +0200, Martin Pitt wrote:
> Hello Ubuntu developers,
> So, in your opinion, did syncing from testing
> (1) help to avoid introducing larger breakage into Ubuntu (for the
> domain you are usually watching)
I don't think it had an impact in either direction on the things I
> (2) meant a smaller or larger amount of review and sync requests
Slightly more overhead here, as I had things blocked on the python 2.6
transition in Debian which were safe in Ubuntu, so I had to request
syncs to get them into Ubuntu at all.
> (3) made it easier or harder to merge with Debian and get changes
> integrated back upstream
> (4) made library transitions easier or harder
No data to comment.
> (5) anything else that caused or eased problems that you can think
I had to think somewhat more about syncs and where packages were coming
from. I think it made it a little harder to 'package in Debian for
Ubuntu', which I try to do with my Debian packages: I don't want to
upload them twice, as they are a single package version, but I don't
want Ubuntu to be behind either.
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