In(Sanity) Testing Mondays

Ali Ebrahimi ali.ebrahimi1781 at
Wed Dec 18 12:43:05 PST 2013

I think there is a typo in wiki page:

M1: January 13, 2013

M1: January 13, 2014

Best Regards,

Ali Ebrahimi

On Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 11:02 PM, Stephen F Northover <
steve.x.northover at> wrote:

> Hi all,
> So the sanity testing was a success.  I would not say that the universe
> has been fundamentally altered because of it but the idea that there is a
> weekly formal time when we kick the tires of FX is a good one.  There were
> some problems getting the correct bits to test but that will be resolved
> for next week.  We will be doing this next week and for the foreseeable
> future as it was a good forcing function for people to get their
> environments up to date and make sure that things were generally working.
> The big winner as a test case was HelloSanity.  Although Ensemble
> exercises much of FX, some committers found the UI to be somewhat
> cumbersome for testing.  There is so much functionality in Ensemble, that a
> comprehensive test just takes too long.  Ensemble is still very important,
> but perhaps not the best sanity vehicle.  I'm thinking that in future, we
> will look towards testing the FX toys that have recently been open sourced
> instead of having so many committers poking Ensemble.  Further, we need to
> add some more 3D testing to the list of apps we run (3DViewer).
> In order to avoid entering duplicates, on the day of the testing, we won't
> process outstanding issues so that testers can quickly scan the "One True
> Dashboard".
> So we will be sanity testing next Monday the 23rd and after that refining
> the process as we go.  As we approach our first 8u20 milestone, the testing
> effort will ramp up but we can discuss specifics closer to the date.
> Steve

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