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Would a Guix QA page be helpful?

From: Christopher Baines
Subject: Would a Guix QA page be helpful?
Date: Sat, 06 Feb 2021 20:20:04 +0000
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The Guix Data Service has been getting better at finding problems, but
getting that data requires knowing it exists, and where to find it, and
clicking all the relevant links.

I've been wondering if it would be good to have a QA page that just
summarises and links to this information, things like:

 - Broken packages
 - Broken system tests
 - Broken fixed output package derivations
 - Lint warnings
 - ...

While I'd really like to get to a place where less packages and system
tests are unintentionally broken, and less lint warnings are
unintentionally introduced, at the moment, there are plenty of these
problems. There's also things like the broken package sources, where
there will probably always be new breakages being introduced.

Given the Guix Data Service can look at what's changed within a time
period on a branch, recent breakages could also be displayed.

This could potentially sit at

Any thoughts?



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