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Re: POSIX file system test suite for Hurd translators

From: Ivan Shmakov
Subject: Re: POSIX file system test suite for Hurd translators
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2013 17:25:39 +0000
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>>>>> Justus Winter <4winter@informatik.uni-hamburg.de> writes:


 > I've been pondering how to make this process more efficient.  In
 > essence, I'm looking for a way to distribute logs of such tools to
 > people interested in them and don't mind the amount of automated
 > mails.

 > I think that a mailing list could serve that purpose well.  In
 > addition, the mailing list archive would be an easy accessible and
 > search-able way to archive the logs.

 > Thoughts?

        FWIW, I’d prefer an Rsync-able archive, if only for the reason
        that anyone could easily grab the logs, en masse, whether latest
        or those produced at the time he or she wasn’t subscribed to the
        list.  And it’s easy to synchronize the local copy, too.

        It may be combined with an IRC bot, reporting failures to #hurd,
        along with the pointers to the URI of the respective logs.

        Also to note is that the Debian Bug Tracking System logs are
        already available over Rsync [1] (which is for some time my
        preferred way to read those I’m interested in.)

[1] http://www.debian.org/Bugs/Access

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