Re: no mandatory QA testing at all [Re: crazy thought about how to ease QA testing]

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Quoting Jesse Keating <jkeating@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

Our hope is that if this proposal scares some people, it will scare them
into finding ways to help out the project so that little to no packages
escape updates-testing w/out some QA done on it.

My fear is that we spend more time arguing about these than we do testing.
As I've said the last 3-4 times this came up; if each of us spent as much
time QA testing packages as we do arguing about the QA processing on the
mailing list, we wouldn't have any problem at all.

I know these threads stop me from doing any QA while they are going on.

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