[Sugar-devel] [SoaS] Sugar on Fedora and Sugar on a Stick QA Processes Announcement
simon at schampijer.de
Thu Sep 23 04:25:35 EDT 2010
On 09/22/2010 08:07 PM, David Farning wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 3:50 AM, Peter Robinson<pbrobinson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> As some of you know I was at FUDCon Zurich last weekend. I took the
>> opportunity to sit down with Adam Williamson who is in charge of the
>> Fedora QA team and process to discuss how we could incorporate Sugar
>> and SoaS testing into the QA process.
>> Adam agreed that we would be able to incorporate Sugar into the
>> Desktop QA which will expand our testing massively as Fedora has a
>> great QA team. It will also have the ability to allow us to block a
>> release if there is things broken. That is a double edged sword as if
>> its broken we'll also need to pull out all stops to ensure it is fixed
>> as well, but overall I believe that is positive!
>> In the short term this won't affect this release too much but I will
>> be spending some time to define the criteria for Alpha, Beta and Final
>> releases. It will also mean we have official spins for each of the
>> Alpha, Beta as well as the usual Final releases. While we will see the
>> start of the benefits for the home run this will really start to kick
>> in for the SoaSv5 release process.
>> Overall I think this is a massively positive opportunity for Sugar as
>> it opens it out more to the wider Fedora community and allows us to
>> get involved in the Fedora QA more and define what is important for us
>> for our releases and allows us to ride on the coattails and gain the
>> benefit of the awesome work that Adam and his team are doing upstream.
> That is excellent news. That will make my life much easier as I work
> to get Ubuntu Sugar Remix approved as a official Ubuntu release. We
> are targeting the 11.04 release for inclusion.
> I hope we can contribute as much back to the ecosystem as the SoaS has
> contributed:) I am hoping to start by engaging the ubuntu translation
Looking forward to that! Would be great to be more present in Ubuntu. Go
More information about the Sugar-devel