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Re: Auto reject if autopkgtest of reverse dependencies fail or cause FTBFS

On Jan 16, 2017, at 06:01 PM, Ian Jackson wrote:

>Right now the plan is to have _passing tests_ (well, regressionless
>ones) _reduce_ the migration delay.  Failing tests would be the same
>as no tests.

One other important point for the Ubuntu infrastructure is that the
autopkgtests are a ratchet.  IOW, if a test has *never* passed, its continued
failure won't block promotion.  It's only once a test starts passing and then
regresses will it block.

We have an "excuses" page that shows you what things look like.  It could be
prettied-up, but it provides lots of useful information.  It also includes a
retry button (the little three-arrow triangle) for people with the proper



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