> Huh, who has asked for a list from me? This entire post is mostly
> over-the-top and not worth responding to.
To quote myself:
> Make a list (now, not in January) of the tasks which need to be done
> between CFend and Beta. We'll find that some of them could be done by
> someone other than Tom and Bruce, and that others could be done before
> Create a mailing list (why don't we have a list for testers? is
> testing less important than the JDBC driver?) and a simple web app or
> templated wiki page for testers. Allow people to check in with which
> version they tested (Alpha1,2,3, Beta 1,2,3) and what tests they ran,
> and issues encountered (if any). We should do this now so we can get
> started with Alpha testing.
> When this testing gets into swing, we can also look at recruiting
> volunteers to run various popular OSS apps' test suites against the
> developing version of PostgreSQL.
> Once beta starts, have a list of pending issues in some
> editable/commentable location (wiki is ok for this, or we can pervert
> the commitfest app) *as soon as those issues arise* so that as many
> hackers as possible can work on those issues. We did do a "pending
> issues" list for 8.4, but not until we were already over a month into
> beta, and then the list wasn't very accurate.
I will create a "cleanup issues" wikipage. Please contribute to it by
listing the *general* kinds of things you need to do between CF and
beta. Then we can look at which things don't need your special
experience and could be done by other contributors.
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