[PC-BSD Testing] Testing Digest, Vol 29, Issue 22

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Today's Topics:

   1. HW list (Bill Leeper)
   2. Re: HW list (A.Yerenkow)
   3. Re: HW list (Bill Leeper)


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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 11:00:03 -0700
From: Bill Leeper <protagonist at charter.net>
Subject: [PC-BSD Testing] HW list
To: PC-BSD Testing list <testing at lists.pcbsd.org>
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What I have in mind here is mostly as an aid to Kris. I have an idea  
that looks to be doable. I can use Google Docs to create a form that  
can be linked to in an email. The testers then just need to fill out  
the form and submit it. It will then be automatically added to a  
spreadsheet. This way if someone reports a bug that Kris can't  
duplicate on his system he can do a quick search and see if another  
tester has the same piece of HW. If they do he can email them and ask  
them to do some further testing to see if they have the same problem.

The only downside I can see is that if the pool of testers is too  
small there may be a problem finding someone with the needed HW. The  
spreadsheet could be made available to everyone if need be, but my  
idea is to primarily have it for Kris. Anyway, just my thoughts on it.  
Suggestions and comments are welcome. Feel free to contact me directly  
by email if you want your thoughts kept private.


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Message: 2
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 21:03:29 +0300
From: "A.Yerenkow" <yerenkow at uct.ua>
Subject: Re: [PC-BSD Testing] HW list
To: PC-BSD Testing list <testing at lists.pcbsd.org>
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On 18.06.2009 21:00, Bill Leeper wrote:
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> What I have in mind here is mostly as an aid to Kris. I have an idea
> that looks to be doable. I can use Google Docs to create a form that
> can be linked to in an email. The testers then just need to fill out
> the form and submit it. It will then be automatically added to a
> spreadsheet. This way if someone reports a bug that Kris can't
> duplicate on his system he can do a quick search and see if another
> tester has the same piece of HW. If they do he can email them and ask
> them to do some further testing to see if they have the same problem.
>
> The only downside I can see is that if the pool of testers is too
> small there may be a problem finding someone with the needed HW. The
> spreadsheet could be made available to everyone if need be, but my
> idea is to primarily have it for Kris. Anyway, just my thoughts on it.
> Suggestions and comments are welcome. Feel free to contact me directly
> by email if you want your thoughts kept private.
>    
Anyway, we should start from something, and see how many peoples will 
participate.
I'll do for sure :)

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Message: 3
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 11:41:47 -0700
From: Bill Leeper <protagonist at charter.net>
Subject: Re: [PC-BSD Testing] HW list
To: PC-BSD Testing list <testing at lists.pcbsd.org>
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Send your email address to protagonist at charter.net and I will send you  
a link to the prototype I am working on. You can help me debug it.   :-)


On Jun 18, 2009, at 11:03 AM, A.Yerenkow wrote:

> On 18.06.2009 21:00, Bill Leeper wrote:
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>> What I have in mind here is mostly as an aid to Kris. I have an idea
>> that looks to be doable. I can use Google Docs to create a form that
>> can be linked to in an email. The testers then just need to fill out
>> the form and submit it. It will then be automatically added to a
>> spreadsheet. This way if someone reports a bug that Kris can't
>> duplicate on his system he can do a quick search and see if another
>> tester has the same piece of HW. If they do he can email them and ask
>> them to do some further testing to see if they have the same problem.
>>
>> The only downside I can see is that if the pool of testers is too
>> small there may be a problem finding someone with the needed HW. The
>> spreadsheet could be made available to everyone if need be, but my
>> idea is to primarily have it for Kris. Anyway, just my thoughts on  
>> it.
>> Suggestions and comments are welcome. Feel free to contact me  
>> directly
>> by email if you want your thoughts kept private.
>>
> Anyway, we should start from something, and see how many peoples will
> participate.
> I'll do for sure :)
>>
>
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