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Old 03-06-2010, 09:21 PM
Till Maas
Default Expect more positive bodhi karma / check karma automatism

Good news everyone,

you can probably expect to receive more positive bodhi karma for your
updates in the future (or you already got unexpected much), because
there is now a script called 'fedora-easy-karma'[0], that makes
providing feedback a lot easier.

This makes it more important to consider the "karma automatism" for your
updates. By default testing updates updates are declared stable when
they get three karma points. In the past this probably never happened,
but now I have seen several updates, where this occurred. So if you
think your package should stay longer in testing or needs more intensive
testing than the average updates, consider disabling the "karma
automatism" or select a higher threshold for the automatic push to


[0] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_Easy_Karma
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