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How to delete Fedora Update System comment?

asked 2016-06-09 09:34:12 -0500

wilf gravatar image

I noticed while testing code recently that a newer version of Firefox is available (only using Fedora 22), so I checked the updates-testing repository and updated it. Since it has been working well I followed the the tests here and tried marking it as +1... but for some reason I failed to notice I had selected ✕ instead of ✓... so I had accidentally given it -1.

Adding a new +1 comment appeared to counteract it, but is there a way to edit or delete existing comments?

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answered 2016-06-09 10:51:31 -0500

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updated 2016-06-09 10:52:37 -0500

sorry this option is not available in Bodhi.

Bodhi Rules (takes from wiki to explain).

  • Bodhi Karma is a simple +1/-1 voting system that allows for testers to provide feedback as to whether a given update works or not. The karma of a given update is the sum of the karma of all of its comments.
  • When submitting an update, you can tell bodhi to automatically push it to stable once it has reached a given karma threshold. This threshold defaults to +3 for marking an update as "stable", and -3 for marking it as "unstable".

in resumen all changes must be tracker... (Fail (-1), Pass (+1) or Untested (0))...


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