solipsis at pitrou.net
Tue Jul 8 11:33:02 CEST 2008
Hi and thanks for your answers,
> If you are able to offer something that's not on the list, that'd be
> good. But any help at all is appreciated.
> I believe Windows has traditionally been under-represented in all
> buildbot farms, and it's likely to stay that way...
Well what I could provide is a 32-bit x86 Debian stable. Rather common
> For Pybots, we're testing third-party apps and libraries against
> changes made to Python core. If you're interested in a 3rd party
> project, and you're willing to stay on top of that project's buildbot
> status, and notify both the project leaders and the Python core devs
> whenever you notice an ugly breakage
Not interested /enough/ I think... by your description it sounds the
job should really be done by a core developer of each of those packages
(even if the machine is donated by someone else).
What I could be interested in is to provide a buildbot for Python itself,
but I don't know if that's needed right now. Especially for such a common
platform as a x86 Debian.
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