jkeating at redhat.com
Wed Dec 2 19:29:00 UTC 2009
On Wed, 2009-12-02 at 10:52 -0800, Adam Williamson wrote:
> One of the rather important bits of test days is follow-up - we have
> people show up, test, file a bunch of bugs. Great. Now what happens?
> Hopefully, the bugs get worked on, and a proposed fix is landed in the
> affected component (anaconda). Then what? How does the reporter test
> that the fix works? We have another test day?
How about a "verification day" ? But yes, I think that's the idea,
either a follow up test day, updates.img files passed around via bugs,
or the next snapshot, it all depends at what point we are in the
> The main test day track tends to get overloaded anyway; do we have a
> regular anaconda test day track for each release? Anaconda test days
> every two weeks?
Good questions. I think it's about time we are able to handle multiple
test subjects on given days, as your testing crowd will be both
different and similar. Is that possible?
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