Subject: Social Engineering of Rawhide
Date: Tuesday 28th February 2006 03:58:01 UTC (over 12 years ago)
Testers & Developers, I think somewhere along the way netizens appear to think that Rawhide is stable ( or at least for public consumption). I'd think we need to discuss how we can provide more constructive information for developers and send a clear message to non-testers that Rawhide (a.k.a FC5 ) is not for general use. I really don't have any suggestion has to how we can achieve the latter without offending people, but I'm sure someone will. As for the Former, I'm sure I've seen some documentation on how to write constructive e-mails on fedoraproject.org in relation to testing Rawhide and going about debugging. Maybe there's some way of redirecting people to the testing documentation before posting ( or at least posting the right details with associated attachments and what not). I hope this can inspire some constructive ideas to help us all. Peter Tiggerdine. On Mon, 2006-02-27 at 21:21 -0500, Mike A. Harris wrote: > Stanton Finley wrote: > > My Intel onboard 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset Family Graphics > > Controller used to run glxgears at blinding speeds with FC4 and I didn't > > even have to install a driver for it on my eMachines T5026. > > The driver comes with FC5 of course. Not sure why you think you need > to install a driver elsewhere. > > > It just worked great out of the box on FC4. Now with FC5 (in the absence > > of glxgears which apparently I can't get on FC5) > > Except that you are wrong, and glxgears is part of FC5. > > > my 3d graphics and > > screensavers run jerkily and seem sluggish. Firefox 1.5 rendering time > > is abysmal compared to Firefox 1.0.7 on FC4 on this same machine. It has > > a 3 GHz P4 processor for heaven's sake. It should run FC5 like the wind. > > That's why it is a test release, to find bugs. Don't use test releases > if you expect flawless OS operation and perfect performance. > > > > -- > Mike A. Harris * Open Source Advocate * http://mharris.ca > Proud Canadian.