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Re: Tester volunteer...

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-02-02 02:04:37 CET

"Kirby C. Bohling" <kbohling@birddog.com> writes:
> If you want something that is more publicly available, I could
> use the Linux Kernel source (I have a local repository of all the 2.4
> and 2.5 release and pre-release versions), or the source of a smaller
> project. The upside of that is it is publicly testable/repeatible, but
> less "real world CVS user" data.

Wow, thanks!

I'd say go with the publicly available, repeatable data. I doubt
there'd be some characteristic of "real world CVS user data" that
would affect our memory problems significantly differently than the
Linux kernel would...

> I haven't gotten the Apache server setup to do network check
> in/outs just yet. I only have local access, but that is only a matter
> of not having enough time. I hope to play with that in the next
> several weeks. Let me know, I want to help and this seems the
> easiest/best way to contribute time if it would be helpful.

This is a terrific way.

> I will post my current memory issues to the bug tracker once I
> get an accurate capture of the information.

Perfect... thanks!


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