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Hi Thorsten,
On 16/12/2010 19:25, Thorsten Behrens wrote:
Sophie Gautier wrote:
For QA, l10n, Documentation, Marketing teams, I would like to have a
list of features/commit automatically generated, if possible with
the BZ number when it exists.

Hi Sophie,

we already have some scripting around that, for doing the weekly
reports, committer stats, credits etc. - should be possible to turn
that into something running automatically. :)

ok, thank you :)

When it comes to features, things are getting a bit fuzzy - the one
person's bugfix is the other one's feature. So those would require
some manual writeup&  action from the implementers.

Would it makes sense to just open a bug for each feature implemented, even little one :-), with a very minimal description? QA people will take care of its state to save developer's time. Then we can retrieve the list easily from BZ?

- A repository for VCLTestTool reports (if it makes sense to go on
with running them of course)

Hmm - do we meanwhile get comparable results from different

I don't know who runs them lastly. I didn't since the beta. But I could organize a team to work on each beta and RC and some nightly builds when available.

I think that if we have a place to centralize the results, run a script that only show the fails/per platform/installations, that will be easier to handle than to have to dig in the result files any time. Its just text files after all.

Kind regards

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