Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 143007
Last modified: 2007-04-18 13:17:20 EDT
- give credit to user for good runs, throw out bad runs
- capability for red hat to override whether or not a system is certified
(In reply to comment #0)
> - give credit to user for good runs, throw out bad runs
All proper runs will be put into the database passed or failed. As long as they
are sane. If a run does not contain proper sanity such as a INFO test, it will
be skipped and only the ones that are proper will be put in. Does this need to
be more intelligent than that?
> - capability for red hat to override whether or not a system is certified
This should already happen since the cert is a bug report and we can change the
status of the bug to reflect how we feel about the cert. Plus it is not
considered public til we uncheck the groups regardless if it is certified or not.
Adding Rob to the cc: to talk about issue #1.
(To me that sounds good enough)
I'm making an executive decision, let's do it as you say.
So reading back through the comments I made and others, doesn't sound like
anything needs to be changed from the current system. Reopen this if you can
think of anything else that needs addressing.