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Re: Would a Guix QA page be helpful?

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: Would a Guix QA page be helpful?
Date: Sat, 06 Feb 2021 22:52:44 +0100
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Christopher Baines <> skribis:

> 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

I think that’s a great idea.

It’s always been hard to get an overview of all these aspects.  Now the
Data Service makes it much easier but the info is still a bit scattered.
So yes, having a kind of QA dashboard fed by Data Service info would be


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