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Re: Constantly Usable Testing BoF @ DebConf10


It would probably make sense for some -publicity@ people to attend the
BOF, since it might include discussion of marketing/communication stuff
(like the naming for the possible new suite). The BOF has since then be
rescheduled to tomorrow. See below for details.

- Lucas

On 01/08/10 at 13:35 -0400, Joey Hess wrote:
> I'd like to invite any Release and FTP team members who are attending
> DebConf to the Constantly Usable Testing BoF, Tuesday at 10:30 am.
> http://penta.debconf.org/dc10_schedule/events/681.en.html
> The purpose of the BoF is to finally explore whether it would make sense
> to implement the Constantly Usable Testing idea[1], ways to do it, and
> get feedback and advice from teams that could be affected by it.
> So it would be great to have some dak and britney wranglers to give advice
> on topics like:
> * Snapshotting testing.
> * How to support upgrades from old testing snapshots to current testing?
> * Installability/usability of testing. Issues like important packages
>   being temporarily removed due to RC bugs.
> * Does testing get enough testing? Would having users use CUT improve
>   that and help the quality of stable releases, or the opposite?
> -- 
> see shy jo
> [1] http://kitenet.net/~joey/code/debian/cut/

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