[Sugar-devel] [Announcing] unstable 0.103.2 release and API, UI and String freeze.
me at jvonau.ca
Sat Jan 17 06:19:19 EST 2015
> On January 16, 2015 at 9:51 PM Peter Robinson <pbrobinson at gmail.com>
> >> > To help with testing it would be nice if RPMS based on these
> >> > versions
> >> > could
> >> > be made available via Fedora's updates-testing repo (or maybe koji)
> >> > for
> >> > F20-F21.
> >> We've never pushed new major releases of any sort to a stable Fedora
> >> release as there's too much QA and testing required and no one ever
> >> commits to doing it.
> > Sorry, but I don't believe "updates-testing" can be considered stable,
> > that
> > is for, you know... testing. I'm not suggesting pushing to "updates"
> > where
> > the packages could be updated without user intervention. One must
> > specifically enable the updates-testing repo to receive the new rpms.
> > Guess
> > the ball is in sugarlabs' court then.
> Sorry, but that just shows you don't understand how updates-testing
> works. Packages that go there are designed to end up in stable and
> it's a short term area to stage the updates to be tested.... by
> default max 7 days.
Sorry I was under the impression that 'the karma feedback' would need to
have a high enough rating before the update would pass to the updates repo.
> >> On the plus side I've pushed this to rawhide and people can download a
> >> nightly live image from tomorrow and spin it up on either a USB stick
> >> or their favourite virtual platform and have a self contained test
> >> environment and get it all with little effort.
> > I'd rather not download a half gig iso file for testing < 5MBs worth of
> > sugar code. Pity sugar 0.104 will miss rawhide's branching cutoff for
> > F22
> > by 3 days. From what I read above there is no hope for 0.104 to
> > be
> > part of F22 then.
> Errr..... no, you're again wrong. According to the F-22 schedule 
> the final free is 5th May, the features have to be "feature complete"
> by Alpha and given the above release is the "feature complete" release
> we're already there. Sugar 0.104 is due to be stable by Feb 13th which
> means we'll have it there before the beta freeze.
Good to know,
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