Boost Testing :
From: Misha Bergal (mbergal_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-11 21:28:27
Martin Wille <mw8329_at_[hidden]> writes:
> It's no equivalent. If the only two persons who would be able to solve
> the problem aren't available for some time then this results in
> suboptimal responses. Having more than one post-processing site, as
> you suggested, would help much (assuming we're able to find people who
> will be able to help in case of post-processing problems).
We have to make the all Boost-wide processes, including:
1. Making the tarball.
2. BoostBook builds.
3. Postprocessing of the results.
visible to everyone and maintainable by group of people (not just 2
people who have developed some of the processes and are incidently
running then on their own machines).
Previously, the only boost-wide resource was SourceForge site, and
every developer had an access to it. Unfortunately we cannot run all
of Boost-wide processes on SF. On the other hand, I, personally, am
kind of tired of running Boost-wide stuff on personal or not dedicated
company equipment with only Aleksey and me having the opportunity to
make changes/fix problems/
So, we probably need a colocated Boost server, which would:
1. Provide some good visual indicator of what is going on with
2. Run those processes.
3. Allow all interested parties to make changes/improvements/ or fix
-- Misha Bergal MetaCommunications Engineering