Re: freeze exceptions for FTI bugs

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On Tue, Sep 05, 2023 at 08:21:18AM -0700, Adam Williamson wrote:
> updates-testing is not enabled by default for the upgrade.
> The upgrade process uses whatever repos are enabled *in the current
> configuration*. So in the "typical" case, you are upgrading from a
> stable Fedora release with default repo configuration, in which
> updates-testing is not enabled. Thus updates-testing is not used for
> the upgrade.
> This is why we have the policy of accepting clean FTI fixes during Beta
> freeze.

Yeah, but... when we are 'go' for Beta, we unlock the stable pushes
again, so by the time Beta is actually released, most of those packages
are already stable and in the base repo, no?

Of course that doesn't help testers, but they likely know how to enable

It seems like to me easier to just tell them 'make sure your update is
stable before beta release day'.


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