Also I am +1 freezing anytime even today if someone can show what the plan is 
post freeze. May be I should start another thread to gather support for these 

> On Apr 12, 2018, at 02:21, Sankalp Kohli <> wrote:
> We can fix test after freezing if there are resources people are willing to 
> put. We need to gather support to see who can help with the 3 points I have 
> mentioned and when. 
> On Apr 12, 2018, at 02:13, Sylvain Lebresne <> wrote:
>>> 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
>> we
>> 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.
>> --
>> Sylvain

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