Package QA Tracker

flocculant at flocculant at
Sat Aug 15 07:00:08 UTC 2015

On 15/08/15 02:06, Simon Quigley wrote:
> To whom it may concern:
> Walter and I share a common concern about the packages QA tracker. It would
> be great if instead of just having the results pile up(therefore eventually
> making them invalid),
What makes them invalid?

If a test result for a package in week 1 of a dev cycle shows a fail and 
has a bug filed against it why is that invalid in week 20 if it hasn't 
been fixed?

>   if it would reset every so often(anywhere from 36
> hours to a week would be phenomenal), then it would make those results more
> useful to the QA people.
I'm not really sure how removing test results for a cycle is useful.

I would expect QA people to know if a bug reported against a package is 
still relevant or not.


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