[Security_sig] Re: [Testdev] Completion of NFSv4 Test Matrix prioritization effort

Mary Edie Meredith maryedie at osdl.org
Thu May 12 08:59:10 PDT 2005

Congratulations and thanks to the dedicated group that made this

Now it's on to test definition and execution.

On Wed, 2005-05-11 at 17:42 +0000, Bryce Harrington wrote:
> Today marks the completion of the prioritization work for the Linux
> NFSv4 Test Matrix.  The fully prioritized version of the test matrix,
> 1.12, is now available:
>     http://developer.osdl.org/dev/nfsv4/testmatrix/
> This represents the efforts of over a dozen individuals over the course
> of about twenty weekly calls, plus numerous mailing list discussions.
> We consider this to be a pretty thorough analysis of what needs to be
> tested, and hope the priorization work will help testers determine where
> their energies are best directed.
> The Test Matrix provides a broad, top-level overview of the work.  In
> some cases the steps needed to perform the tasks are clear, but in many
> cases further detail is needed  ---  If you do not have the time or
> resources to participate with the full testing, simply helping with
> planning out a few tests will be a significant contribution!  Please
> drop me an email if you are interested in this.
> As well, while our prioritization work has identified the highest
> priorities, we've got a LOT of high priority items.  What we need to do
> is identify a subset to do in the near term, then a subset to do after
> that, etc.  By dividing the work into a sequence of milestones, we will
> be able to focus on tangible points of achievement and set expectations
> about the order the work will be done.  I anticipate posting this
> 'testing roadmap' within the next week or so.
> Thank you everyone who participated in the prioritization effort and
> helping us meet this milestone.  :-)
> Bryce
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Mary Edie Meredith 
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Data Center Linux Initiative Manager
Open Source Development Labs

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