Why on Earth does a critical path security update potentially have to stay in
testing for 14 days? Shouldn't this policy be revised? The currently
available version of Firefox in Fedora 20 has a CRITICAL vulnerability which
allows a man-in-the-middle attacker to impersonate ANY HTTPS website. In this
context, shouldn't security concerns win out over the worry that there MIGHT be
some regression? We already know there's a serious problem in the current
package, so why do we have to wait 14 days just because there MIGHT be some
problem in the new package?