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From Daniel Gruno <>
Subject Re: Helping out with release testing
Date Mon, 13 Jul 2015 12:25:59 GMT
Anyone is free to test and help out, and frankly, we'd highly appreciate 
it if you did :).
As for the voting; Anyone can vote on a release, but only committers can 
cast binding votes.
Having said that, if anyone - even a non-committer - casts a -1, it WILL 
cause us to pause and think about it, discuss etc.

We value input from our users, and anyone that can help out test a 
release will have our thanks and respect, and your opinions and findings 
WILL be taken into consideration.

With regards,

On 2015-07-13 14:21, Jacob Perkins wrote:
> Agreed! I’d love to be able to spin up a new HTTPD release and send it 
> through both httpd testing platform and our own testing platform.
> —
> Jacob Perkins
> Product Owner
> *cPanel Inc.*
> <>
> Office:  713-529-0800 x 4046
> Cell:  713-560-8655
>> On Jul 13, 2015, at 7:17 AM, Kean Johnston < 
>> <>> wrote:
>> Hi devs,
>> As each release goes by I see the same few people involved with 
>> testing. It seems like a lot of work and I would like to help spread 
>> the load a little. Is it only committers than can participate in this 
>> process or do you invite help from others?
>> I can help test on the "common" platforms, viz. CentOS 7, Mac OSX 
>> 10.10.4 and Debian, which I see a number of people already test. 
>> However, if me testing on those platforms may free up their time to 
>> test on other more exotic systems that I do not have access to, I am 
>> very happy to do so.
>> Please let me know how I can help out.
>> Sincerely,
>> Kean

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