On 3/23/22 12:19, Ondřej Kuzník wrote:
On Tue, Mar 22, 2022 at 08:03:35PM +0100, Michael Ströder wrote:
> On 3/22/22 18:21, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
>> This is the first testing call for OpenLDAP 2.6.2.
> Tested git revision 475e57281bc10e56a47021895a7b926e29ac9072 on openSUSE
> Tumbleweed x64_64 (gcc version 11.2.1):
> - make test worked
> - unit tests of my Python module ldap0 work
Just a thought, are people pushing the RC code into testing/pre-prod
Sometimes I do on my openSUSE-based Æ-DIR test systems based on branches
of my packages in OBS. But it's additional work for which I don't always
have spare time left.
Do you have any particular things in mind that need more thorough
testing before 2.6.2 is released?
Does the current schedule of 1+ weeks between a testing
call and potential release give you enough time?
IMHO most people are not going to test in real environments before the
OpenLDAP project cuts a release, no matter how long this testing period is.
=> Release early, release often.