From: Andreas Nobel <andreas.nobel@fe...> - 2005-03-02 14:59:12
> This can be an interesting thing, as we (developpers) cannot always
> test all possible (or at least all common) configurations.
Yes. Thanks exactly want Jan EXT and I mean :-)
> The best would be to have some testing configurations, and a way to
> report "this test have been done by xxx on version xxx, result:
Yes. But it should be organized (creating test tarballs from freshest =
so that people how haven't enough knowledge in developing can=20
contribute to this project as well. They should be in a position to =
compile new stuff and give back feedback to dev team as Yvan already
mentioned. Something xxx successfully tested this changes/patches on =
system (kernel...) on /day/year, etc.=20
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Gesendet: Dienstag, 1. M=E4rz 2005 16:35
Betreff: Re: AW: [Ipsec-tools-devel] XAuth PSK authentication - testers
On Tue, Mar 01, 2005 at 04:01:58PM +0100, Lockenvitz Jan EXT wrote:
> Well, i should have some time to test this DELETE_SA=20
> patch within the next days. i think the patch should be=20
> somewhere in this list? Can i patch against CVS or=20
> ipsec-tools 0.5?
If we are talking about the same DELETE_SA patch, it is on the CVS, on
branchs HEAD, 0.6 and 0.5 (but not on 0.5 Release).
> The idea of a testing team sounds good to me. So some people
> who don't have enough acknoledge in developing (like me) can=20
> contribute to this project as well.
This can be an interesting thing, as we (developpers) cannot always
test all possible (or at least all common) configurations.
The best would be to have some testing configurations, and a way to
report "this test have been done by xxx on version xxx, result:
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