Better testing of tagged tars
myriam at kde.org
Wed Feb 13 09:24:38 UTC 2013
On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 9:42 AM, Myriam Schweingruber <myriam at kde.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 1:24 AM, Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org> wrote:
>> El Dimecres, 13 de febrer de 2013, a les 01:21:07, Andreas K. Huettel va
>>> Am Dienstag, 12. Februar 2013, 22:05:00 schrieb Martin Gräßlin:
>>> > On Tuesday 12 February 2013 15:28:35 Anke Boersma wrote:
>>> > > This whole thread was about stable tars, not RC or Beta.
>>> > Sorry at least to me that was not obvious. (thread started on 31. of
>>> > January, doesn't mention minor releases, so I assumed it meant the
>>> > upcoming release of 4.10) - all I wrote so far was explicitly for the case
>>> > of a 4.x.0 release.
>>> > > What was found
>>> > > and reported often, is regressions from say, 4.x.2 to 4.x.3.
>>> > > Reported not in bug reports, but more a discussion on IRC, see if anyone
>>> > > was aware, sometimes ml, again, just checking if it was a known/accepted
>>> > > regression.
>>> > status quo is that currently the branches are basically untested. Here
>>> > personally I would love to get more testing as I never like pushing to
>>> > branch (let's push to master, if nobody screams in two weeks, let's
>>> > backport).
>>> [shameless plug] Use Gentoo, it's trivial here since the install process is
>>> basically the same whether git (any branch) or tarball. Our packager team
>>> mostly runs live builds, and adapts the packaging instructions there first,
>>> which is then copied to the release version. [/shameless plug]
>> I can't, as Canonical employee I am kind of obliged to use the company's
>> distro :D
> And why don't you use the Neon builds?
nvm, I misread that
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