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Where is the report within QA that shows LO35 passed standard quality

Does this exist?


I'm aware of litmus and the upcoming moztrap. But AFAIK there is no regular
"standard quality test". 

Even if a given release fails any future test it will not be stopped (unless
it contains what the Devs call a Blocker...). The current procedure is that
it will still be released and the bug will eventually be fixed on a future

It's the time based release model used by Mozilla and Ubuntu

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