List Archive: gentoo-qa
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Mark Loeser <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> So, awhile ago I tried to follow through on polling the dev community
> about what they saw as major QA issues, but that failed miserably. The
> input I got from that was pretty sparse and not incredibly useful to
> help quantify any real problems people face. Perhaps if we make a poll
> that isn't as open ended that would be better.
> I'd like for anyone that is currently doing QA work to let us know what
> you are doing so we can try to organize our efforts in a more
> consistent manner in order to achieve the most we can for Gentoo. I
> pretty much know what Diego is doing since he's quite...noisy about it
from a qa perspective the devmanual is important to me. i have yet to
contribute anything of substance, but have a few things in the pipeline.
also general qa bugwrangling do i consider important and i have been
trying to file individual bugs for the few remaining mass ebuild/general
issue bugs that are left.
some of these qa checks are in need of being looked at again to catch
regressions since the last time they were performed on the tree... but
there are only that many hours in a day.
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