On Fri, 2014-10-31 at 11:17 -0400, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
I talked to several people over the last couple days about what we
do to try to avoid the "hero testing" treadmill that we've been on
during every Freeze in recent memory (specifically that we're usually
fixing Blocker bugs until the day before the Go/No-Go meeting and that
means that our QA team is pulling all-night test runs basically every
I made the following suggestion to both Adam Williamson and David
Cantrell over the last couple of days and both seemed to think that this
is a reasonable approach (but for different reasons, interestingly).
I honestly don't recall that you did, though I don't know that it's you
or me that's mistaken. In any case I have no recollection of having seen
or commented on this idea before, positively or negatively.
In any case, my personal opinion should of course never be mistaken for
QA's official opinion.
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