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From "Cezariusz Marek" <>
Subject RE: NetCAT test assignments
Date Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:27:25 GMT
How about:

Cezariusz Marek

-----Original Message-----
From: Walter Nyland [] 
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2018 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: NetCAT test assignments

 Is there a way to see a list of all issues identified as part of NetCAT so we can begin evaluating
    On Monday, October 15, 2018, 9:47:11 AM GMT+2, Walter Nyland <>
I think not everyone who signed up for NetCAT has a test spec assigned. Given that, there
should by default be one test spec assigned per person instead of multiple per person and
then anyone who completes their test spec should speak up and have a new one assigned to them.
I plan to have mine done today. Maybe others can indicate when theirs will be done and then
those who don't respond we'll know we should take their test spec from them first when someone
else completes theirs.

    On Sunday, October 14, 2018, 6:14:08 AM GMT+2, Josh Juneau <>
 Thanks for the note Glenn.  I think that the current process works okay.  I like the workflow,
and I believe that people will just need time to get through their test cases.  Id say give
it another week and see how the progress goes.  I would be willing to bet that this week will
be more active as we are creeping closer to the deadline.

Josh Juneau

> On Oct 13, 2018, at 10:20 AM, Glenn Holmer <> wrote:
> Hello fellow NetCATters,
> We are almost a week into our allocated three weeks of testing the 
> NetBeans 10.0 release. But looking at the test assignments:
> we can see that we are getting off to a slow start. Please remember, 
> the test specs take some time to complete, and we are on a shorter 
> schedule than we have been in the past.
> Is everyone OK with their test spec assignments? Would others also 
> like to volunteer for an assignment to improve the results?
> In fact, we could use some feedback on how test assignments are created.
> This is my first time helping to coordinate NetCAT, so I'm still 
> familiarizing myself with how everything works behind the scenes. Should we:
> 1) Give everyone an assignment within their tribe, trying to make sure 
> that operating systems are well-covered and the number of people per 
> spec is balanced (frankly, an awful lot of work for the coordinators)?
> 2) Assign one person to each test spec and ask for volunteers to be 
> added, hoping for good coverage?
> 3) Some other combination of the above?
> Keep in mind that those without specific assignments can still test 
> NetBeans by using it day-to-day and filing issues for problems they 
> encounter.
> What are your thoughts?
> --
> Glenn Holmer (Linux registered user #16682) "After the vintage season 
> came the aftermath -- and Cenbe."
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