When you take a deep dive into the wondrous world of test documentation, you encounter a lot of ideas about when software is good enough are incorrect. Either we don’t reach the described quality level, or we put the software in production, no matter what. In short: our quality expectations are too high!
Are there other ways of thinking about quality? One thing is certain: our vision (as testers) on quality is different than the vision of most people. If we cannot change that, testing will remain to be seen as the main bottleneck in software development.