My OLPC weekly report

September 18, 2008 – 10:48 am

It’s usually due on Friday, but we’re all sending it in a day early this week.

Mel joined the team full-time as a Support/QA engineer on Monday and tries to keep a daily log for the general public at http://blog.melchua.com/category/olpc/. This week was spent catching up and testing 8.2-760, mostly with connectivity and verifying that upgrading from builds out in the field (656, 703, 708) doesn’t break things in horrible ways.

Currently working on verifying/closing fixed blockers in http://dev.laptop.org/report/33, making a procedure to test memory leaks, and finding a way to easily get test case coverage/completion/pass stats as we work with Kim’s new test case management/results reporting system. Also writing reports in fragmented third-person sentences.

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