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Old 02-01-2008, 06:21 PM
Brent Baude
 
Default Call for feature request for 2008.0

Chris,

Please consider the following. The bit about the apps is basically what
others are suggesting.



Please consider the following for the tester checklist:

+ Did the network auto-configure as expected?

+ Some systems has multiple methods for connecting to the console, like
serial, hvc, hvsi. Did these alternative consoles work as expected?


+ Did you see any references to older releases in any messages or media?


And then you might want to add a question/section for application
testing on the media.



+ If you tested a livecd/dvd, did Firefox, Audacious, xchat, pidgin, etc
work?


^^ What I am getting at is whether we should have a core set of
applications that get tested.

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Old 02-01-2008, 06:21 PM
Brent Baude
 
Default Call for feature request for 2008.0

Chris,

Please consider the following. The bit about the apps is basically what
others are suggesting.



Please consider the following for the tester checklist:

+ Did the network auto-configure as expected?

+ Some systems has multiple methods for connecting to the console, like
serial, hvc, hvsi. Did these alternative consoles work as expected?


+ Did you see any references to older releases in any messages or media?


And then you might want to add a question/section for application
testing on the media.



+ If you tested a livecd/dvd, did Firefox, Audacious, xchat, pidgin, etc
work?


^^ What I am getting at is whether we should have a core set of
applications that get tested.

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Old 02-01-2008, 06:32 PM
Chris Gianelloni
 
Default Call for feature request for 2008.0

On Fri, 2008-02-01 at 19:26 +0100, Markus Hauschild wrote:
> +1 on sys-process/htop its really useful imo
>
> On Feb 1, 2008 6:12 PM, Chris Gianelloni <wolf31o2@gentoo.org> wrote:
> > > I'm however missing support for ntfs3g, sys-process/htop is a must for
> > > management of tasks
> >
> > Hrrmn... file a bug for ntfs3g (assign to release@gentoo.org) and I'll
> > add it. What's htop? Actually, file a bug for it, too.

Can someone go and file bugs (one bug each package) for all of the
packages that I've agreed to already?

Also, the call for feature requests is now over, since the snapshot is
coming today. For any bugs that are filed today, even ones for packages
in ~arch, I'll speak with the maintainers and see if it is a candidate
for stable/inclusion.

So get those bugs in!!!

(Please?!)

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