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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "RegressionSearchAndDestroy" by KatheyMarsden
Date Thu, 17 Aug 2006 07:21:26 GMT
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The following page has been changed by KatheyMarsden:
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/RegressionSearchAndDestroy

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  The Derby 10.2 Regression Search and Destroy Contest is a contest to help ensure a smooth
transition for users who are migrating to 10.2 and help achieve Derby's ForwardCompatiblity
goal: to to allow any application written against the public interfaces of an older version
of Derby to run, without any changes, against a newer version of Derby.
  
- Contest entries can be anything to help ease transition of existing applications to 10.2.
 Winners will be: 
+ Contest entries can be anything to help ease transition of existing applications to 10.2.
 Winners will be:
  
   "The top three developers or users who have  made the greatest contribution toward a seamless
upgrade to 10.2."
  
@@ -11, +11 @@

  
  1. Valid contest entries are any action that exposes or resolves existing regressions, improves
 Derby compatibility with previous releases, or improves our documentation of known differences
in 10.2.  Below are a few examples:
   * Test an existing application with Derby 10.2 and record your results on the TenTwoApplicationTesting
page.
-  * Find a  new  product regression from a previous Derby release and log it in Jira. 
+  * Find a  new  product regression from a previous Derby release and log it in Jira.
   * Correct the derby info for existing issues to mark them as "Regression"  if they are
a regression from 10.1 or "Existing Application Impact" and "Release Note Needed"  if they
were intentional changes that might affect existing applications.
   * Fix a product regression.
  
@@ -26, +26 @@

  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.
 
+    *  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.
@@ -36, +36 @@

  
  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'''  ||
- ||   ||                                              ||
+ ||  A B || Found/Fixed Regression DERBY-1681. Fixed DERBY-1633 ||
+ || Prasenjit Sarkar || Found Regression DERBY-1633 ||
+ || Knut Anders Hatlen || Found/Fixed regression DERBY-1586 ||
+ || Daniel Debrunner || Identified existing bugs as regressions: DERBY-1554, DERBY-1315,
DERBY-1687 ||
+ || Dag H. Wanvik || Fixed regression DERBY-1252 ||
+ 
+ Click [https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?reset=true&&type=1&pid=10594&updated%3Aafter=17%2FJul%2F06&component=11670&component=11406&component=11407&component=11409&component=11690&component=11410&component=11411&component=11415&component=11408&component=11412&component=11414&customfield_12310090=Regression&sorter/field=issuekey&sorter/order=DESC
here] for a report of product regressions that have been updated since the contest began 7/17/2006.
 Not all qualify but this is a good report to use to find entries if folks don't add themselves
  
  
- Note: This contest was inspired by the [https://mustang.dev.java.net/regchal Mustang Regression
challenge] 
+ Note: This contest was inspired by the [https://mustang.dev.java.net/regchal Mustang Regression
challenge.]
  

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