[Testing] Activity Testing Matrix
kim.quirk at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 21:42:03 EST 2007
SJ - I know we need to get these other pieces of information out to
developers, but it might be best not to mix messages and give development
info in a separate message from testing info. But I'm not against it, if it
is the best way to get the proper attention.
On Nov 12, 2007 8:36 PM, Samuel Klein <sj at laptop.org> wrote:
> I like it. Also, during phase one, we need to tell activity developers
> the other things they should be doing : versioning their activity, putting
> both source links and links to an .xo file online, adding metadata and
> test plans. Ditto for library bundle creators; bundles are bundles.
> On Mon, 12 Nov 2007, Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:
> > So looks like folks are starting to try it out.
> > Here's what I'd like to do next.
> > Phase One, PUBLICIZE TO DEVELOPERS. I want every activity developer to
> > that *this is the place* to link their activities and plans for testing.
> > I would like to send an email where activity developers will read it.
> > this note go to devel at laptop.org? sugar at laptop.org? Other places?
> > After developers have had a few days to (a) put their activity info up
> on the
> > matrix, (b) try to puzzle out test cases, (c) point out the places where
> > process is probably busted, and (d) complain about how terribly
> inefficient a
> > wiki-based system is for QA (heh), I'd like to move on to...
> > Phase Two, PUBLICIZE TO EVERYONE ELSE. And I mean *everyone* else.
> > folks, Ubuntu folks, Debian folks, SuSE folks. LUG mailing lists.
> > Digg. The message should look like this: "OLPC needs your help, RIGHT
> > All you need is a modern Linux distro (or even a Windows machine) and a
> > couple of hours a day for the next several weeks, and you can be
> > involved in the most important software project in the history of
> > Any objection to this plan? Pointers? Comments?
> > --g
> > --
> > Greg DeKoenigsberg
> > Community Development Manager
> > Red Hat, Inc. :: 1-919-754-4255
> > "To whomsoever much hath been given...
> > ...from him much shall be asked"
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