[Cerowrt-devel] no 3.3.8-4 yet

Maciej Soltysiak maciej at soltysiak.com
Tue Jun 19 06:58:58 EDT 2012

Hi Dave,

About crystalizing dev builds. I think we could have a small set of
conditions for clear "dev" builds, say:
"at least 4 out of 5 dedicated testers reporting they could run it for at
least 48 hours without crashes, unplanned reboots or unexpected network

You could setup a recurring meeting in our calendars to put in place
something like this:
a) you build on every 4th thursday
b) testers fetch/install next friday
c) testers run it for the weekend
d) testers report on Monday
e) dave decides wheter to make it a solid dev build or not.

I can be a tester, I've been using various builds for some time now, they
really work for me.

One positive comment on functionality:

I no longer have to IPTABLES -I FORWARD -j ACCEPT to allow my wired TV to
discover my wireless media server client and DLNA works OK. (I know, it's a
lazy/insecure way of fixing it)
All the best!

On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 6:52 PM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:

> One thing that might work better from my perspective is breaking
> things into a string of "dev" releases and then trying to do CI on
> them more automatedly without any testing by me.
> ...except when I break the package db with the new opkg support, and
> the fw rules aren't forwarding right right now
> I really hate to waste other people's time with stuff that is entirely
> untested however. My overall policy has been to integrate the release,
> adding new features, bug fixes, etc, then testing for at least 24
> hours on several routers including my main one, then do an
> announcement that it was "safe" to try it, with what the new features
> are. Lately people have been beating me to the announcements...
> That said, cutting that cycle down would speed matters up and reduce
> my workload.  I feel that if I establish a clear "dev" vs "somewhat
> safe for real use" set of builds things would go faster for everyone,
> and those that really want to be on the utterly bleeding edge can be.
> Does that work?
> > --
> > Dave Täht
> > SKYPE: davetaht
> > http://ronsravings.blogspot.com/
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