Alberto Passalacqua wrote:
I spread the news about the community week and the testing team idea as much as I could.
At the moment the number of volunteers (excluding me, Holger and Tilman) is _ZERO_. I received some positive feedback on the idea in local forums, however it seems that the resistance of users to participate is very high, for various reasons (no time, no will, no experience, no will to learn, someone doesn't like the environment, others don't believe they can actually make a difference, and so on...)
I suppose I'm willing. What exactly do "we" need? I don't mind "starting". I sort of "test" openSUSE all the time. I guess I don't know exactly "what" we test (everything?).
In conclusion, at the moment it seems the idea of creating a stable, community-based, testing team is not feasible. We'll see however if someone shows up at the community week.
How do I "show up"? I didn't see specifics about webcasts or IRCs? Did I miss something?
On my side, I'm oriented to dedicate my efforts to other projects, more related to my activity. I hope someone else will try again, and succeed in making this idea reality. Good luck.
Willing to get involved.... you've been warned :)