moonbase / module and code testing / qa
braescu_f at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 3 02:36:40 GMT 2003
--- Jasper Huijsmans <jasper at lunar-linux.org> wrote:
> How about versioning moonbase (Jason brought this up
> for lunar2 I
> We can have time-based stable moonbase releases, say
> every month, or 2
> or 3 ... and we have moonbase-current that is
> updated regularly, like it
> is now.
> Security updates go in both moonbases.
> We should have enough discipline to not put in big
> updates to -stable
> without testing them in -current first.
> When it's time for a -stable release, -current
> becomes -stable. Here we
> can look at the list of important modules you gave
> and check for each of
> them if they are ready to go into stable.
> Would this work? In principle, it should not be much
> more work than one
> moonbase, since -stable is not touched, except for
> security updates that
> have to go into -current as well.
> What do you think?
I think this is the best solution of all. New
versions for modules appear every day and is dificult
to test for a long time a new version. I belive a
stable/unstable version "a la debian" is quite
satisfactory for this.
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