W(h)ither Rev??? - (was sundry recent rants, with ever-increasing parentheses and unending tree branches)
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sun Jun 10 16:58:52 CDT 2007
Andre Garzia wrote perhaps the most cogent statement of all threads on
open source and quality concerns in the history of this list:
> If you guys believe that open source would squash bugs, then why
> don't you gather a group and build regression tests.
A lot of folks here share a good many opinions about quality, some about
the unrealized benefits of open source process, and a few about both.
So now Andre has reminded us that the sum of these posts imply a sort of
Use the open source process to design, build, and deliver a framework
for automated regression and soak testing, perhaps with a system which
would allow other to provide additional modules to test other features
whenever they have time to write them.
I have plenty of server space at revJournal.com, and as a site that
bills itself as being "of, for, and by Revolution developers" it seems a
natural home for such things.
revJournal.com will provide space and FTP access for any Revolution open
source initiative which is able to get past the prototype stage. Just
let me know....
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