Il 31/10/2013 16:56, Dave Neary ha scritto:
On 10/31/2013 01:54 PM, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
> I would like to propose to the community to join creating a group for testing oVirt
> releases and oVirt bug fixes. I suggest to create a ovirt-qe mailing list and set
> that as default QE assignee for oVirt bugs.
> The list may be used for coordinating testing efforts, to be notified about new ovirt
> to plan test days, propose test cases, discussing about jenkins jobs implementation
and so on.
> Forming just a small group of people testing milestones release will also help in
having better release testing.
> What do you think about this?
I think it's an awesome idea! I imagine the main activities of the group
will be testing nightly builds, reporting test failures to the
appropriate places, and co-ordinating test days for oVirt?
While the group is finding its feet I would encourage you to start with
a wiki page listing the people committed to helping, and use the Users
list to keep activity here. Use a special QE tag in the subject ([qe],
perhaps) but stay here until there is sufficient activity to spin off a
separate mailing list.
Otherwise, I fear that the group will have trouble taking off, and will
not get the community attention & participation it deserves.
What do you think?
That's ok for me using users for starting up.
So, anyone interested in qe / testing, keep updates-testing repo enabled,
soon 3.3.1 release candidate packages will be there.
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