From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-20 09:42:19
At Wednesday 2005-04-20 02:28, Martin Slater wrote:
>>we went through this once before. It costs the testers and it's not just
>>a few seconds (or maybe you don't look at your results to see if
>>something YOU have done screwed up).
>Erm what could I possibly do to screw it up? Since i set it up the initial
>time I haven't had to touch it at all, it just runs as a scheduled task
>and all is good. check the regression reports maybe 2/3 times a week to
>make sure that it hasn't stopped working and monitor the test mailing list
>to see if anyone raises an issue. If the regression fails or not is of no
>real concern to me in the sense that its going to make me go and fix
>things, thats the developers job, testing is just a very small way I can
>say thank you for the hard work that has gone into the libraries. If there
>is a problem and for some reason they don't have access to the compiler I
>test on then at that point I'd be more than happy to work with them to try
>and solve it.
>Or was there something else you were thinking about?
Martin Wille pretty much said it all
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