Project:X86 Arch Testers
|x86 Arch Testers|
|Description||The Arch Testers team is responsible with helping x86 devs testing packages which are to be marked stable. Arch testers are respected members of the community which the x86 team has recognized as being reliable and trustworthy.|
No lead election date set
(and inherited member(s))
|Parent Project||x86 Development|
The Arch Testers team is responsible with helping x86 devs testing packages which are to be marked stable. Arch testers are respected members of the community which the x86 team has recognized as being reliable and trustworthy.
|Sander Knopper||saknopper||Inactive||sander (AT) knopper.tk|
|Jesus de Santos Garcia||ent||Inactive||icg_ent (AT) bigfoot.com|
|Myckel Habets||Myckel||Active||myckel (AT) sdf DOT lonestar DOT org|
|Dan Dexter||wulfmahn||Inactive||wulfmahn (AT) gmail DOT com|
|Emanuele Gentili||bathym||Inactive||bathym (AT) 0x656d67.org|
|Greg Watson||LinuxKrn||Inactive||bugs (AT) linuxlogin.com|
|Matthias Langer||mlangc||Inactive||mlangc (AT) gmx.at|
|Alex Maclean||Monkeh||Inactive||monkeh (AT) monkeh.net|
|David Morgan||djm||Inactive||david.morgan (AT) wadham.oxford.ac.uk|
|Dimitry Bradt||diox||Developer (retired)|
|Charlie Shepherd||masterdriverz||Developer (retired)|
The Gentoo/x86 team has put together some documentation to help aspiring arch testers get started:
If you are interested in helping Gentoo, and you are not sure how to start, then joining the Gentoo/x86 Arch Tester team may be a great start for you. If you have any questions, please contact any of the developers listed on the page via email or IRC. We are always looking for more testers, so don't think that your help will go unappreciated.
This page is based on a document formerly found on our main website gentoo.org.
The following people contributed to the original document: Mark Loeser, Christian Faulhammer, Thomas Kahle
They are listed here because wiki history does not allow for any external attribution. If you edit the wiki article, please do not add yourself here; your contributions are recorded on each article's associated history page.