Gerald Pfeifer a écrit :
On Tue, 24 Feb 2009, jdd wrote:
Could it be possible to have asap a working
distro (no blocking bugs
for the test team computers) to use on a dayly basis? most bugs are
unexpected ones :-).
What prevents you from using FACTORY?
(Serious question. If there is anything, we should address it.)
the problem is that factory is always changing, adding new bugs in the
time it remove old ones, so it's not possible to have the same
platform for all the test team. How can one validate a bug?
and any people can't even install, and the system is unusable for day
to day use.
only day to day use can show most of the bugs.
I think there are two kinds of bug:
* the hardware bugs, related to the hardware can only be found with a
very large community. For this it should be enough to have some sort
of live cd with minimal install system
* the day to day working bugs (that may also be related to hardware)
that can only be found by real work. These are less distro related
(they are often related to new apps, like mozilla and flash, kdenlive
bugs... many others). For these we should have a static platform with
only security updates if any (probably better with no updates), with
the core apps, but this platform must be really installable
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