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Dne 11.7.2012 22:18, Adam Williamson napsal(a):
On Sun, 2012-07-08 at 13:37 -0700, Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX N2469R wrote:Before the next netinst is released perhaps the developers could be bothered to make sure it actually works.That's not how Rawhide works. The images in the Rawhide tree are automatically generated. There's no testing or release process. They just get built periodically. If they work, great. If they don't, no-one guaranteed that they would.
Which is pretty bad plan... You want to have Rawhide being used by skilled people - to catch bugs early, not just a week before new Fedora release.But if the quality of Rawhide will go to the road of trashing people's hard drives - skilled developers will leave Rawhide and will go for another distro.
I just hope there is minority of Fedora people who believe this is the right thing to do....
IMHO every package maintainer should seriously care about its package and always test it himself FIRST and avoid releasing packages with obvious killer bugs.
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