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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "RegressionSearchAndDestroy" by KatheyMarsden
Date Fri, 21 Jul 2006 22:27:40 GMT
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The following page has been changed by KatheyMarsden:
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/RegressionSearchAndDestroy

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  2. Bugs filed against or fixed for new functionality does not count for the contest but
are of course welcome.
  
- 3.  Three winners are chosen by impartial judge(s) based on entries completed by September
15,2006. Stan Bradbury has volunteered as one judge but we need another.
+ 3.  Three winners are chosen by impartial judge(s) based on entries completed by September
15,2006. Stan Bradbury and Rajesh Kartha have judges but we could still use one more.
  
- 4. The winners get organic chocolate  and  of course glory and huge amounts of merit.  (Contribution
of other prizes is welcome, but wouldn't want to make the stakes so high the lawyers need
get involved).
+ 4. The winners get organic chocolate  and  of course glory, kudos  and huge amounts of merit.
 (Contribution of other prizes is welcome, but wouldn't want to make the stakes so high the
lawyers need get involved).
+ 
+ == Ideas and Low Hanging Fruit ==
+ 
+ There are lots of ways to enter the contest, help ease upgrade and of course just make a
better quality 10.2. Below are some ideas.
+ 
+    * Test your application or another application with Derby and record it on TenTwoApplicationTesting.
+    *  Look for low hanging fruit Jira entries.  Look for open Jira issues that you suspect
might be regressions and add a comment with the tag RegressionSearchAndDestroy with a hint.
 
+    * Create new Jira entries with tasks that might expose more regressions like running
the tests with a low memory configuration.
+    * Look at the [http://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?reset=true&&query=RegressionSearchAndDestroy&summary=true&description=true&body=true&resolution=-1
open issues with the RegressionSearchAndDestroy tag] and address them.  If you determine an
issue is not a regression or is no longer relevant, please make a comment in the Jira entry.
+    * Evaluate 10.2 fixed issues to see if they might have existing application impact, need
release notes.  Mark them as souch and add release notes.
+    * Fix a regression.
  
  == How to Enter ==
  
- You are automatically entered in the contest if you add your application testing results
to TenTwoApplicationTesting, file a Jira regression, or fix a regression bug.  Other types
of entries should be listed below.
+ You are automatically entered in the contest if you add your application testing results
to TenTwoApplicationTesting. Please list a summary of your other entries below if you would
like to enter yourself or someone else in the contest.
  
  ||'''Contestant''' || '''Task that contributed to a seamless upgrade to 10.2'''  ||
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+ ||   ||                                              ||
  
  
  Note: This contest was inspired by the [https://mustang.dev.java.net/regchal Mustang Regression
challenge] 

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