On 22/04/13 23:31, Dan McGee wrote:
On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 5:45 AM, Pierre Schmitz email@example.com wrote:
Am 22.04.2013 12:31, schrieb Allan McRae:
So I would propose:
- x86_64 signoff policy stays the same
- i686 only requires one signoff
- the one i686 signoff can be waived if there is a testsuite that passes
Thanks for bringing this up to make it finally an official policy. This might need some changes to archweb though.
The default "# of signoffs to require" would be easy enough to configure based on architecture. I'll spike this right now.
Allan, for point (3), I wonder if some more makepkg meta info would come in handy here? We now record checkdeps and makedeps, but also recording
function = build function = package function = check
or something like that might be useful for this and other tools. A even more sophisticated approach might record the total time each of these steps took...food for thought.
We could... or we could store the build logs that are always generated when using makechrootpkg? I think they are always useful to refer back to.
I don't think time spent on these is a useful metric.