>  I agree there's little point freezing if we can't even test the system
> properly.

I'll mention that I really don't follow the logic of such claim. Why can't
fix the testing of the system after freezing? In fact, isn't the whole
point of freezing agreeing that it's high time to fix that? Isn't it easier
to fix tests (and focus on the testing environment if needs be) when
things are frozen and code isn't changing from under you?

PS: all the questions of this email are rhetorical.


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