[WG: I18N & L10N] [Management] Sakai 3 Q1 Status
jean-francois.leveque at upmc.fr
Thu Sep 30 01:36:28 PDT 2010
Could you tell me about the internationalization efforts done since the
Australe CTO (local Sakai)
University Pierre and Marie Curie
Alan Marks a écrit :
> As you may know, 30 September (tomorrow, here) is the official deadline
> to be complete with the Q1 deliverable for the Sakai 3 project . If
> you're on the UI Dev or Nakamura lists, it'll be no surprise that we're
> not finishing tomorrow. So, how are we doing? Actually, in my book,
> pretty well. The dev teams have been killing huge numbers of bugs over
> the past couple of weeks (something like 200 bugs this week, yes that
> includes dupes etc.). Also, folks doing QA have been a great job of
> filing them. We're currently at 65 UI bugs and 9 Kern. I actually LOVE
> to see that kind of churn at this stage.
> When you consider that we have been doing parallel design and
> development, and ramping the team up at the same time, I feel great
> about where we are.
> And, IMO, the product is looking more functional and stable every day.
> My feeling, and this is based both on functionality as well as bug
> trends, is that we're narrowing in and not far away. But I'm not brave
> enough to put a date in this email.
> I will however, send more frequent updates as to how we're doing to keep
> people apprised. I know I've been heads down for a bit.
> So, what's next? Well, we're going to keep chugging along, getting the
> bug count down to zero, continuing QA. As well, to help with getting to
> zero bugs, we'll be applying a higher bar to bug acceptance, starting
> Additionally, we'll be holding some bug bashes, where we will ask folks
> to come together for an hour and bang on the product together, to try to
> find lots of bugs. Look for an invite soon.
> Send any questions my way,
> 1. http://sakaiproject.org/blogs/alan-marks/sakai-3-project-schedule
> Alan Marks | Sakai 3 Project Director
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