[Ecls-list] Getting things going

Anton Vodonosov avodonosov at yandex.ru
Wed Nov 6 02:26:25 UTC 2013

21.10.2013, 16:53, "Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll" <juanjose.garciaripoll at gmail.com>:
> I am sorry for the prolonged silence. I wanted to give some time for my message to settle in the community, but since I have seen a lot of interesting discussion we should make use of this momentum to get something going.
> According to different private emails that I have received, a possible reconfiguration of the project would look as follows:
> * Dmitri Hrapof, maintainer
> * Jon Boone, supporting developer (Common Lisp)
> * Matthew Mondor, supporting developer (NetBSD / Linux)
> * Juanjo García Ripoll, supporting developer
> Plus whoever wants to contribute more actively. In particular it would be appreciated some help on the fronts of regular automated testing and release. Note that the degree of involvement can be very minimal: it suffices that you build or work with ECL in some platform and provide feedback or patches or simply point out problems -- i.e. Android, iOS developers out there could become more involved by simply speaking up more frequently.

Juan Jose, count me in as a supporting tester. I can build ECL on my platforms and from time to time perform
regression testing with cl-test-grid.

> - Regular testing has been set up in the past using Anton's library. I can pass you the scripts. Benchmarking has also been organized using automated scripts that I can also pass you. As I said, this is one of the things where a non-developer can really help a lot by providing the infrastructure and uploading the information to some public space.

I am interested to have your testing scripts. Publishing the benchmarking scripts
I think can also be good for the project.

Best regards,
- Anton

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