[ILUG-BOM] CA offers to test GNUKhata

Krishnakant hackingkk at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 15:36:42 IST 2010


On Wed, 2010-01-06 at 14:06 +0530, Abhishek Daga wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 1:56 PM, Rony Bill <gnulinuxist at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> > When you are developing a new product it is your requirement to approach as
> > many people as possible to sell your idea. I think you and Saswata can meet
> > up over a beer or coffee and biscuits at his office and setup gnukhata in
> > his machine. Once its on his system let him give all the negative feedback
> > as it will help you improvise your product to high levels.
> >
> >
> >
> If I may suggest:
> Since the installation itself is a turn off for many who would otherwise
> genuinely like to help and see a suitable alternative or option, is it
> possible to
> 
> This the system up on a remote host (could be located in your central
> development office ) and testers access it from wherever they are?
> How you want it structured (individual instances, single copy etc) is upto
> you, but this may keep all testing in one place and do away with the need to
> constantly update the code in each location while testing is going on.
> Yes right.  May be the server can setup on a central machine (I am already setting up one server for this ).  Then one would only need to grab a handfull of deb packages for client (May be 2 or 3) along with an installation script which just needs to be clicked and it setsup the client which is any ways lightweight and does not need any further configuration.

The realy setup is the server app which in any case will be setup on the
server so no pains for testers.

>  

> It would be a shame to come this far and not be able to deploy somewhere
> live by 1st April 2010. Remember if its not April 1st 2010, then it
> straightaway goes into April 1st 2011.


Exactly.  No smart organisation will ever migrate to another system in
the middle of a financial yer, no matter how stable the new software is.

Happy hacking.
Krishnakant.




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