[Fwd: Re: Stable Release Updates policy]
daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com
Tue Oct 31 07:35:23 GMT 2006
Am Montag, den 30.10.2006, 23:52 -0500 schrieb Daniel T. Chen:
> William Grant wrote:
> > * The packages stays in -proposed until at least 5 people add "works for me"
> > comments to the bug, and at least 5 days have passed since it was uploaded
> > to -proposed.
> I recommend following main's/restricted's SRU more closely: Packages
> should remain in release-proposed until 5 people have given affirmative
> ACKs or 7 days have elapsed, whichever takes longer.
thanks a lot to everybody who stepped up and worked on this.
I agree with what Daniel wrote and have a few points to add myself:
* We should make sure that testers know that it's not a matter of
"I started the app and it doesn't crash on start-up". For
example: I uploaded a gdm to dapper-updates a while ago which
worked nicely and fixed a bunch of smaller issues. However did
it break "automatic login" which made people of a school with
kiosk computers quite unhappy. You might have encountered
similar examples already. Fixes sometimes do have side-effects.
We should take testing seriously.
* Who do we notify of testing? Simon Law too? UWN? ubuntu-users?
* Who's going to write this all up nicely on the wiki page? :-)
Have a nice day,
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