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From Josh Juneau <>
Subject Re: NetCAT test assignments
Date Sun, 14 Oct 2018 04:14:01 GMT
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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