When to move updates from testing to stable (was: Re: Move
packages from testing to stable repos for F8 and F9)
kwizart at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 10:12:36 CET 2008
2008/10/29 Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora at leemhuis.info>:
>> Which BTW brings us to the question: how do we want to handle "testing" in
>> the future?
Yep and I remember to have asked the same question worded like this:
Do updates-testing behaviours ends to be like it was with livna or with fedora?
>> The push scripts by default push everything to testing. That is IMHO a
>> good thing to do as default. But when to move packages to the proper repos?
>> Simply one week later by default? That would not be that hard to do afaics.
If the push script default everything to testing, but on the others
side it lack support for pushing packages to stable. The result is:
more human admin tasks. For example, I want the vlc built in F-9 to be
pushed to stable right now. how should I do ?
Now another case: vlc in F-8 will stay with 0.8.7, because the
behaviour will change too much and my grand-mother (that use Fedora
8). will be disappointed.Now, I don't want to discuss why it is needed
like this, here.
But what is needed actually is a way to "also" propose an update to
0.9.x. Can I handle that with the rpmfusion-free-updates-testing
repository ? It will lead to have two parallels cvs (F-8 F-8.testing
like it was with livna), because it should remains possible to update
the two versions.
If not possible, then I will stay with 0.8.7 in rpmfusion for F-8 and
provides the 0.9.x in my personal repository. (But that's not the way
it like it to be used).
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