On Wed, 2006-06-28 at 16:49 -0400, Elliot Lee wrote:
On Jun 28, 2006, at 04:50, Karel Zak wrote:
> is there any public bunch of computers where upstream developers can
> test their applications on Fedora? I know about upstream developers
> who don't use Linux as primary OS or they use different distributions
> and test upstream code with things like SELinux is difficult without
> access to machine with useful FC.
Doesn't SourceForge have shell accounts for developers?
Sourceforge has the compile farm that has several different arch-OS's.
I believe they have FC-3 on x86_64. Debian, SuSE, OpenSolaris on i386
boxes, and two MacOSX server that I've never been able to log into
successfully. So for upstream developers its a little helpful, in terms
of testing software for Fedora it's pretty much worthless.