[Gluster-users] Coming Up Next Week: GlusterFS 3.4 Beta & GlusterFest Test Day
jbrooks at redhat.com
Wed May 8 00:00:14 UTC 2013
Hi all --
With glusterfs-3.4beta1 released , we're all set for some GlusterFest testing action. You'll find pointers to Gluster Test Framework tests, basic functionality tests, and test guidance for some of the new features in the release linked from the GlusterFest page  on the project site.
If you have suggestions for improving the test materials, please feel free to make edits/additions/improvements.
Happy testing, and I'll see you in #gluster
-- Jason (jbrooks)
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jason Brooks" <jbrooks at redhat.com>
> To: gluster-users at gluster.org, gluster-devel at nongnu.org
> Sent: Thursday, May 2, 2013 4:50:45 PM
> Subject: Coming Up Next Week: GlusterFS 3.4 Beta & GlusterFest Test Day
> The first beta of glusterfs 3.4 is scheduled for release on Tuesday, May 7th.
> In conjunction with the beta, we're running a GlusterFest: a 24-hour test
> day, starting at 8pm PDT May 7/03:00 UTC May 8:
> Please join us for all the GlusterFest excitement, including:
> - Testing the software. Install the new beta (when it's released) and put it
> through its paces. You'll find some basic testing procedures linked from the
> GlusterFest page. Also, check out this video introducing our new testing
> framework: http://www.gluster.org/2013/04/gluster-testing-framework/
> - Finding bugs. See the current list of bugs targeted for this release:
> - Fixing bugs. For information about contributing to development, see:
> If you need assistance, join us in #gluster on Freenode, or send a message to
> the gluster-users mailing list for general usage questions, and
> gluster-devel for anything related to building, patching, and bug-fixing.
> Please spread the word to other potentially-interested Gluster testers!
> Happy testing and bug-hunting,
> -- Jason
> Jason Brooks
> Open Source and Standards, Red Hat
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