Re: no mandatory QA testing at all [Re: crazy thought about how to ease QA testing]
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Quoting Pekka Savola <pekkas@xxxxxxxxxx>:
There has been little or no discussion or proposals regarding doing away with QA to get to updates-testing, except for a couple of misunderstandings and an idea about "trusted fedora legacy [core] members" who could create updates-testing packages on their own (but there wasn't much discussion on that).
There may have been little talk, but there was talk. And no one has said no to it until I brought it up here.
The current policy change proposal was about reducing the amount of QA for moving updates-testing packages to updates.
Actually, IIRC, it simply reduces the time to push it through...
So, I'm not sure why we're having this conversation..
Because it was proposed, and until I started the conversation, neither you, Jesse, I, or anyone else has denounced it or retracted it. Now that Jesse and I have denounced it, and you have said you are not pushing it, the conversation can probably be terminated and forgotten.
-- Pekka Savola "You each name yourselves king, yet the Netcore Oy kingdom bleeds." Systems. Networks. Security. -- George R.R. Martin: A Clash of Kings
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