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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Be sure to test staging frequently this week for categories

Yes, it appears the actf data in the build model was another case of it 
being incorrect, for a long time, and only now showing up. 

Please open a bug, and argue the case if you think it is "stop ship" and 
requires a respin to pick up the fixes. 

Kentarou Fukuda <KENTAROU@xxxxxxxxxx>
Cross project issues <cross-project-issues-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
06/18/2009 08:56 AM
Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Be sure to test staging frequently this 
week for categories
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Hi David,

I am watching the /releases/staging repo, however, two of our features 
always fell into 'Uncategorized' in recent builds...

Do we need to do something to move them back into original ('General 
Purpose Tools') category?

It seems that some other features are in same situation. 
In /releases/galileo/ (RC4) repo, only 13 features are  in 'Uncategorized' 

In /releases/staging repo, however, 35 features are categorized into 

Kentarou Fukuda, Ph.D.
Tokyo Research Laboratory, IBM Japan
Tel: +81-46-215-4659
E-mail: kentarou@xxxxxxxxxx

cross-project-issues-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 2009/06/17 03:25:13:

> In addition to the usual reasons, I'd encourage everyone to frequently 
> check the /releases/staging repo this week, to make sure your features 
> being categorized as expected. 
> Yesterday, I encountered a problem where ... as best as we can tell ... 
> some error had existed in the build model, for a long time, but the 
> categories kept being generated correctly until some other, unrelated, 
> change was made, and then suddenly some features were not showing up in 
> the categories they were supposed to be in. See bug 280384, and others. 
> Hopefully all is correct now and won't re-appear ... but it just makes 
> cautious, so thought I'd make you cautious too. :) 
> As I'm sure you know, we won't be promoting to  /releases/galileo until 
> Final Daze says to. You do know when that is, right? If not, see
> Thanks, 
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