Re: Linux Core Consortium
Tollef Fog Heen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> * Brian Nelson
> | Anyone, developer or non-developer, can help fix toolchain problems.
> | However, the only people who can work on the testing-security
> | autobuilders are ... the security team and the ftp-masters? What's
> | that, a handful of people? With a bottleneck like that, isn't that a
> | much more important issue?
> The problem is not the autobuilder infrastructure per se. It is that
> testing and unstable are largely in sync (!). This, combinded with the
> fact that testing must not have versions newer than unstable (they
> will then be rejected) means testing-security wouldn't work at the
How is that different from testing-proposed-updates?
And why is testing-proposed-updates infrastructure still lacking 2