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Disable autokarma on *any* signed-in -1 karma #1191

mattdm opened this issue Dec 31, 2016 · 2 comments


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commented Dec 31, 2016

Issue #879 disables autokarma if anyone gives a -1 to "basic system functionality". Let's extend that to all packages — if any logged-in user gives -1, disable automatic push. The maintainer will still be able to override and push manually, but will apply their judgement in this case, rather than letting the positive/negative sum decide.


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commented Jan 10, 2017

Okay this sounds like the same we have done for critical updates :-). I'm going to make a stab at it.


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commented Feb 16, 2017

Thanks for implementing this! As a suggestion, you might add some message to clearly explain what just happened, e.g.:

Negative karma received, disabling automatic push to stable. Please push manually if you decide the issue is not severe.

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