Responsibility for rebuilding dependent components, was: F-16 Branched report: 20110920 changes
Stephen John Smoogen
smooge at gmail.com
Fri Sep 23 21:18:15 UTC 2011
On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 14:31, Doug Ledford <dledford at redhat.com> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> The setup inside Red Hat cannot be (directly) copied outside at this
>> time. Instead the autoQA project was started to re-create it as an
>> open source project. That's where effort should continue.
> Am I right in saying that AutoQA is basically mired in the muck and going nowhere at the moment?
= If Autoqa is currently slow it is mainly because what developers who
are working on it are also tasked with doing other things. How long
did it take for autoqa to show up inside of RH? I know it was started
in part by Wanger in 97-98 and reimplemented multiple times never
getting very far because who ever was writing it would be told that
qa'ing what is out there now was the high priority task. If you have
extra time because kernel.org is down, here are some places to look at
what is going on, where you can help.
There is a list here which shows what autoqa is doing per day:
Development is here
Here is the main webpage on autoqa
Stephen J Smoogen.
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