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

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Marc Deslauriers wrote:
On Tue, 2006-02-14 at 14:44 -0600, Mike McCarty wrote:

Since Legacy is no longer in my yum configuration, it's no longer
an issue for me, good or bad. I don't wish to subscribe to "testing".
Since "testing" and "release" have been merged, I have unsubscribed
from "release". If the security notices on FC2 get severe enough,
I'll just move on to CentOs, Scientific Linux, or Debian. Since
I'm already helping administer a Debian box, it might make sense
to move to that.


Just out of curiosity, what are the Debian, CentOS and Scientific Linux
QA procedures? Maybe Fedora Legacy could use some of them to get FL
releases up to their standards. They do have documented QA procedures,
right?

CentOs does, I know. I've also read that for Scientific Linux.
Scientific Linux makes sure that they rebuild the same binary
as RHEL. It isn't what I like, but it's better
than "no one has actually used it for two weeks, so I guess
we'd better put it on your machine."

Mike
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