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It is the reviewer's responsibility to point out specific problems with a package and a packager's responsibility to deal with those issues.  The reviewer and packager work together to determine the severity of the issues (whether they block a package or can be worked on after the package is in the repository.)  The Packaging Guidelines are a collection of common issues and the severity that should be placed on them.  While these guidelines should not be ignored, they should also not be blindly followed. If you think that your package should be exempt from part of the Guidelines, please bring the issue to the Fedora Packaging Committee.
It is the reviewer's responsibility to point out specific problems with a package and a packager's responsibility to deal with those issues.  The reviewer and packager work together to determine the severity of the issues (whether they block a package or can be worked on after the package is in the repository.)  The Packaging Guidelines are a collection of common issues and the severity that should be placed on them.  While these guidelines should not be ignored, they should also not be blindly followed. If you think that your package should be exempt from part of the Guidelines, please bring the issue to the Fedora Packaging Committee.
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Revision as of 20:33, 21 February 2009

Responsibilities

It is the reviewer's responsibility to point out specific problems with a package and a packager's responsibility to deal with those issues. The reviewer and packager work together to determine the severity of the issues (whether they block a package or can be worked on after the package is in the repository.) The Packaging Guidelines are a collection of common issues and the severity that should be placed on them. While these guidelines should not be ignored, they should also not be blindly followed. If you think that your package should be exempt from part of the Guidelines, please bring the issue to the Fedora Packaging Committee.