Workshops for Trusty

Nicholas Skaggs nicholas.skaggs at
Wed Oct 23 20:15:05 UTC 2013

Barry I think adding your input and insights to this page would be 

A subpage works too if it gets too long. Take a crack at it!


On 10/23/2013 04:10 PM, Barry Drake wrote:
> On 23/10/13 20:59, Nicholas Skaggs wrote:
>> So in general it seems like folks would rather have a well written 
>> wiki tutorial + video as opposed to a session?  I like the idea, 
>> certainly. We don't HAVE to do sessions.  Put another way I would 
>> rather newcomers had everything they needed instantly availible on 
>> the wiki. Video links as needed, and written tutorials, etc.
> I don't want to do sessions, but would quite like to offer a wiki page 
> on my method of testing.  Briefly: I get the earliest possible testing 
> release and install this.  I have three hard-drives on a pc.  Two of 
> them are used for the current version and the testing version arranged 
> to dual-boot.  The third drive is a large storage drive for backups 
> and for old data.  I boot into the testing version and do all my work 
> on that.  When it breaks catastrophically (at least once per cycle) I 
> simply re-install and use the current stable version until I have it 
> up and running again.  All data is synchronised so I have few problems.
> Doing it this way means far more live testing of each release and it 
> is fascinating to watch the release develop.
> Where do I put such a wiki page please?
> Regards,        Barry.

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