The Gentoo/SPARC AT Project is devoted to help the developers with time-consuming testing.
The Gentoo/SPARC Arch Testers (ATs) assist the developers with the time-consuming testing to help keeping the Portage tree up to date. They mainly communicate with the developers through Gentoo's Bugzilla and IRC. The ATs are also on the
email@example.com mail alias so they can watch the bugzilla traffic closely.
We are constantly looking for new arch testers. If you meet the following criterias, you are likely our ideal candidate:
- You are running Gentoo/SPARC.
- You like tinkering around with new software.
- You want to get involved in Gentoo development, help to make the distribution better every day.
Arch testers might not be official Gentoo developers. They are, however, a recognized part of the Gentoo/SPARC arch team.
Resources offered by the Gentoo/SPARC ATs project are:
Arch Testers Policy
There are a few rules which must be followed to assure a certain quality level. Gentoo/SPARC arch testers must fulfill these requirements:
- Use a stable system or a stable chroot environment for testing
- Use reasonable
- Make sure the package honours
CFLAGS(GCC generates v7 code by default, which forces kernel emulation). If not, you should mark it as a blocker for bug #59506 . There're a few exceptions, such as x11-libs/qt, and www-client/mozilla-firefox
- Enable at least the following
- Test thoroughly
- Before requesting a stablization, check that the ebuild is at least 30 days old and without modifications
- Use the
category/package-versionformat when reporting success or failure
- Always append
emerge --infoto bug reports
Gentoo/SPARC AT Listing
The following people are currently contributing to this project:
|Tiago Cunha||tcunha||Retired, is now an official Devfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto||jmbsvicetto||Retired, is now an official Devemail@example.com|
|Friedrich Oslage||bluebird||Retired, is now an official Devfirstname.lastname@example.org|