Re: keeping spare-time-contributors happy
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Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Hans de Goede wrote:Julian Sikorski wrote:Rahul Sundaram pisze:Hans de Goede wrote:And why not ? They worked well enough before, didn't they? Don't get me wrong I'm in favor of updates announcements and of avoiding unneeded updates.If you already in favor of these, I don't think you need any convincingthat these are important for the end users. Sure, they aren't absolutelynecessary but these are an improvement over what we had previously and there is some additional overhead as part of that. If anyone in favor of the processes then implementation details can be improved. If anyone thinks that the processes themselves are not useful then any implementation won't make them happy. Don't mix these. RahulThe other problem is that pup does not display the info maintainers put into bodhi yet.So you mean that we are doing this whole dance for like .. nothing? Ah great planning guys.The update announcement are part of the emails send out to fedora-test as well as fedora-package-announce list. IIRC pup used to display these for a brief period before being disable due to bugs.
Yes and how many percent of our users is subscribed to these lists again?Like I said, great planning guys. I work for a Dutch semi government institution (university) and they had this brilliant idea they've replaced all our copiers with multifunctionals, which will be used for printing too. Printing doesn't work yet. They didn't bother to like ... test it. But they did already remove all the printers since we won't be needing them <hah>. Somehow I see an analogy here.
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