Tarde de verão.
O jardineiro cuida de seu jardim.
So, I’m back from vacation, feeling pretty good and wanting to make a difference on Open Source Test Engineering on this brand new year. While I am warming up, I decided to list some things that definitely need to be done during the course of this year:
- Autotest release management. We need stable branches, that are (unsurprisingly) stable and serve as a good foundation for folks that just want to get work done, and a development branch, that serves for people to play with features. We need strong stabilization work to get into autotest, we already have a nice set of features, now we need to make it rock solid.
- Create a better set of open source tests to perform basic backend functionality of a linux distribution – network, filesystems, memory management, basic user space tools. This is also an ongoing work, but I really do expect to see an initial open source project this year.
- Help getting LTP a better linux test framework. LTP is a real nice project that I will surely want to make contributions to it.
I know it looks a narrow set of objectives for the year, but believe me, it’s a lot of work Stay tuned…
I did, earlier. After you are released, you realize how funny it is
Director’s comment: It is quite clear that this is a metaphor for weird situations that sometimes happen on your life. No hallucinogens involved, folks