Moving ServerTesting to under the the Testing page
robitaille at gmail.com
Mon Jan 2 03:43:34 GMT 2006
On 1/1/06, Corey Burger <corey.burger at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 1/1/06, Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at canonical.com> wrote:
> > Hi everybody,
> > Am Samstag, den 31.12.2005, 13:22 -0500 schrieb Ben Collins:
> > > This way, if someone comes along and does the machine support, and only
> > > tests Ubuntu, it's easy for someone else to come along and add the
> > > Ubuntu-Server listing, without having to redo the machine support low
> > > level section.
> > That's an absolutely valid point.
> > Corey, how do we map this fact on the wiki?
> > Have a nice day,
> > Daniel
> Current we do not map this fact. We assume they are testing Ubuntu on
> the laptop testing stuff. That is what they are contracted to do,
> after all.
I don't have any good proposal on how to do it, but maybe we should
allow a little bit
more flexibility in the wiki pages and make it a bit more general.
For example I try to test kubuntu on my laptop, in addition to the
normal ubuntu testing. It's not someone in my "contract" with
Canonical, but I do it on a low priority basis just for the sake of
it. But unless you go to my specific laptop testing wiki page, and
look for its kubuntu subpage, you will not know about it. You could
think someone could be testing kubuntu/edubuntu/etc in a fashion
similar to what we do for the official laptop testing effort. And you
could think someone could test his desktop in addition to his laptop.
All this could be reported somewhere.
There was a spec/proposal for some sort of testing framework for users
during UBZ, wasn't it?
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