On Wed, 2009-11-18 at 10:44 -0500, Kamil Paral wrote:
----- "James Laska" <jlaska(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> I've adjusted your suggested page slightly and posted for review at
. Let me know what
The bullet points are probably easier to read than my continuous
In "Getting involved", splitting it between developer and administrator
is good. I would move a few links, for example you have to install
autotest (at least client) to have autoqa, so it doesn't really fit
for me to have "install autotest" in administrator section, when you
have whole "install autoqa" in developer section. But that will be
worked out when we have enough documentation.
Yeah I agree, that wiki page doesn't yet exist. We'll likely need a
page that addresses bullet#4.1 of
I know we've got a few pieces of code still coming to facilitate that,
but once that has landed hopefully we can outline the steps needed by
test developers to write the tests.
What I am missing is a section for a user, who:
* doesn't want to develop test
* doesn't want to run autoqa instance
* just wants to see the results, subscribe to some of them, read some
details how tests works, how often are results updates, etc - the
That was what I called "end user" in my version of front page (probably
not a good name). I think we should have some info prepared also for
I see, yeah that makes sense. What should we call this personality.
test results triager?