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Re: Proposed policy amendment: test suites

On Tue, 19 Jul 2011 08:06:38 +0200, Salvatore Bonaccorso wrote:

> > We can't enable or need to disable tests that need internet access.
> > (If there is no specific environment variable, a patch is required.)
> sounds a bit strange to me. It means: "no tests which needs internet
> access", so need either to disable these tests or if there is an
> option to enable then, not enabling them. 

Right, that's what I wanted to say :)
But yes, that might be not the best example of English prose ever
written by me.
Could some of our native speakers try to reword the sentence to make
it clearer?

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