On Fri, 2006-05-05 at 10:12 -0400, Will Woods wrote: > Depends on what the automated tests do, really - on my machine, any > test that used TCP connections would have fail. We definitely have > automated tests here that do that sort of thing - the question is > whether the RHEL team is allowed to give us their tests. We'll see > what happens. We can always write our own tests if the freely- > available ones don't do enough. There's a really nifty testing system at Kitware, the folks who make the Visualization Toolkit VTK. http://www.vtk.org/Testing/Dashboard/MostRecentResults-Nightly/Dashboard.html It actually tests user builds of their CVS repository. The idea is that after every update the whole package is tested by users, and the results are submitted back to the webpage. I guess a similar system for Fedora would have to test every package every night, reboot and all, but it could be worth it for some testers.
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