[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Community bug squashing day is right around the corner!
klussier at masslnc.org
Fri Aug 22 12:59:32 EDT 2014
Feel free to fill out the form as many times as you want if you want to
test more than one bug. During the developers meeting, the consensus was
that we probably only want one development branch on a Sandbox at a
time. Depending on demand, though, we could either provide two different
Sandboxes or (more likely) when you are done testing one, we could load
another branch. I was just experimenting yesterday with the new script
Thomas Berezansky created to set up the MassLNC VM's, and it only takes
about 15 minutes to destroy the old VM, create a new one, and load the
working branch. Easy peasey.
Massachusetts Library Network Cooperative
klussier at masslnc.org
On 8/22/2014 12:53 PM, Yamil Suarez wrote:
> I just signed up to test a bug. Would you want us to sign up for more than one bug this time around? If so, should we fill out the form more than once?
> Thanks in advance,
>> On Aug 22, 2014, at 9:37 AM, Kathy Lussier <klussier at masslnc.org> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Our first community bug squashing day is Tuesday. I'm sending along an update as well as a reminder regarding the bug squashing day sandboxes.
>> MOBIUS has set up five Sandboxes running Evergreen 2.6.1 and MassLNC has set up four Sandboxes running master where bug fixes can be tested. Many thanks to MOBIUS for providing Sandboxes and the MVLC staff, who got the MassLNC Sandboxes running.
>> The Sandboxes will allow any Evergreen user with an interest in getting bugs fixed to test code to make sure the proposed fix works. No special skills are required to use a Sandbox. You just need to be able to download and install an Evergreen client and to have some familiarity with the area of the system you are testing.
>> If you would like to request a Sandbox so that you can test a bug fix, we need a little bit of lead time, so I'm asking that Sandbox requests be submitted by the end of the day today. You can do so by filling out the form at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ai8yL-XbCo3v8dxgMTCYcam_OtM93yzXv1WYF3MUm8Y/viewform?usp=send_form or http://bit.ly/YFdCVb
>> You can view a list of bugs with code ready to test at http://bit.ly/1mum0My.
>> Feel free to let me know if you have any questions!
>> Kathy Lussier
>> Project Coordinator
>> Massachusetts Library Network Cooperative
>> (508) 343-0128
>> klussier at masslnc.org
>> Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kmlussier
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