On 03.12.2013 16:33, Robert Schweikert wrote:
On 12/03/2013 01:32 AM, Stephan Kulow wrote:
Am 02.12.2013 22:44, schrieb Robert Schweikert:
So you are saying Perl and Python would not be in
the same staging
project, fair enough. Use a different example and think about the basic
problem I was trying to illustrate. As soon as more than one package is
in a staging project you have the problem I was trying to describe.
You're creating the same problem we're having in factory for a very
time. It's not a nice problem, but surely not a complete no-go
situation. We're quite experienced with it ;)
I am not creating a problem. I am trying to understand how the proposed
didn't mean "Robert" when I said "you" - just as you didn't
"Stephan" when you said "you have the problem", did you? :)
staging model resolves the problem. Apparently by
pointing out problems
I have experienced with the staging model in the past it leads us back
to where we are.
Yes, to some degree we move the "current factory" problem into staging
projects. Factory is no longer the integration project, the staging
projects will be. It's still an open question how many of those we can
bear, but what we learned: one integration project is too little.
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