Le jeudi 01 mars 2018 à 12:42 -0800, Kevin Fenzi a écrit : > > I disagree entirely with the above. I think the solution is to gate > packages coming into rawhide and hold or reject those that break the > compose until they are fixed.
While I don't disagree with the sentiment there needs to be a mechanism to handle bootstraps, where there are known-broken repository statuses between the beginning of the operation, when first bootstapped pavkages are injected, and the end, when several rebuild passes managed to get them all in fully build status. Also, how would you handle obsolete forgotten stray packages that linger in the repo (because they've not been killed properly, or a tool bug resulted in their non removal)? Gating gives any such package the power to block all updates in more critical packages Regards, -- Nicolas Mailhot _______________________________________________ devel mailing list -- email@example.com To unsubscribe send an email to devel-le...@lists.fedoraproject.org