[Testing] Unifying information on testing relevant to Sugar
Joseph A. Feinstein
joe at laptop.org
Mon Jul 28 12:28:41 EDT 2008
Thank you for the observation. I will look into this issue, though I
have no control over Sugar Lab's pages.
At 07:37 PM 7/27/2008, Christoph Derndorfer wrote:
>(this is an indirect cross-post from an e-mail to the
>its-an-education-project mailing-list as I wasn't quite sure whether
>"testing" is public or private)
>I just spent some time digging through w.l.o and w.s.o and came up with
>no fewer than 7 entries  on the two wikis which look like the could
>be relevant to someone who might be interested in testing. Of course
>none of them are easily accessible via a Google search or contain any
>actual information abouttest-cases.
>This is an excellent way to confuse and ultimately drive people away who
>might be interested, willing and knowledgeable to contribute to testing
>in one form or another.
>I think it should be quite feasible to have a single [[Testing]] page on
>both w.l.o and w.s.o to serve as entry portals for all things
>However I feel that I'm not necessarily the best person to start such a
>reorganization, the respective Q&A leads / liasons should really be
>doing that in order to adapt the information presentation to the
>respective workflows and processes at OLPC and Sugar Labs.
>Just my 2 cents,
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