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On Wed, 19 Oct 2005 01:55:11 +0100
"Marcus D. Hanwell" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am also a member of the amd64 porting team, where we have
> several architecture testers (ATs) who assist in necessary testing
> and bug fixing for amd64 porting activities. I thought that a
> similar approach may be helpful in the scientific herd as many of
> our applications tend to be quite complex and difficult to test
> for people outside of the intended field(s).
> The amd64 team has a page with details on ATs, and I plan to
> make a similar page for herd testers (HTs) in the future. So far
> we have just got one herd tester and several others interested.
> There is also a GLEP 41 awaiting approval on making ATs
> official Gentoo staff, and this will also be extended to herd
Speaking of ATs, will we have enough arches covered within this HT
group? I can only do sparc and x86, and there are several ebuilds I
can think of that need some work on other arches. I've used both
bugzilla and the direct bugging method, but it seems like we could
use something in addition to that (exactly what, I'm not sure).
Maybe I'm just too far outside the loop on stuff; how do we
coordinate the arch component of this new overlay? Do we get an
overlay on more than one arch? Or?
>  http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.gentoo.science/295
>  http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/glep/glep-0041.html
Steve aka nerdboy
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