Testing Team

Jussi Schultink jussi01 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 6 21:15:54 GMT 2009

On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 10:54 PM, Cory K. <coryisatm at gmail.com> wrote:

> Now, this might seem like I'm poo poo'in' on the idea a bit but hear me
> out.
> To this point, generally, applications work in Studio. Bugs are filed
> aginst apps and are usually taken care of by upstream. So, I would like
> to know, with this idea there had to have been some inspiration.
> Something that sparked this idea for you Eric. What was it?
> OS-wise, Studio does have a couple of bugs I really wanna see taken care
> of this cycle. ie: *-menu, *-controls and *-settings. But aside from
> that I'd like to know what would be the specific focus of testing that
> procedures would be developed from?
> Hi, I think you are forgetting one of the most important things, the rt
> kernel. Its vital that this gets more testing than it does, and that we make
> this the best experience we can for our users. it also provides an entry
> point for new team members, as well as testing for regressions with video
> and wireless (and otherI) drivers with the <rt kernel. we seriously dont get
> enough testing, and as its a relatively easy task and needs a lot of people
> on a lot of different hw, then its a very useful team to have.

My 2 c.


> -Cory K.
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