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Thank-yous (mostly for Community testing - actually, currently all for community testing...) for the 9.1 release cycle, listed in alphabetical order by last name or nick. Please let me know if there's someone I'm missing...

Bigenho, Caryl

  • TamTamEdit testing
  • Thoughtful, detailed suggestions on how to improve test training resources for new contributors

DeKoenigsberg, Greg

Higgs, Tim

  • Activity testing with the Wellington test group

Kevix

  • XS testing
  • Activity testing automation

Knowles, Ben

  • Working on Activity automation test designs. "I'm a tester. I want to automate this boring thing. What is my ideal interface to do so / the most beautiful tool I could imagine for it?"

Faraone, Luke

Gritti, Marco Pesenti

  • Providing a valuable Sugar/Activity developer perspective on community testing efforts
  • Advising on Sugarbot implementation for Activity testing

Jordan, Brian

  • Testing Paint - finding (and in some cases even making fixes for!) significant bugs like #8864, #8865, and #6220

Langhoff, Martin

  • Introductions to the Wellington test group
  • Developer feedback on XS testing plans

Leonard, Chris

Martin, Gary C.

  • Tackled the mind-numbing #8630
  • Helping with remote XO test management, as in dsh
  • Getting Sugarbot to work on an XO
  • Test automation design
  • Author and maintainer of some qa-scripts

Munro, Alastair

  • Activity testing with the Wellington test group
  • Developer/tester relationships work

Patterson, Grant

  • Activity testing with the Wellington test group

Roder, Tabitha

  • Activity testing with the Wellington test group
  • Developer/tester relationships work

Schoolfield, Anna

  • XS and system testing in Birmingham
  • Work on Dsh

Skierpage

  • Design and setup of the Community testing meetings notetaking infrastructure, which involves significant amounts of semantic mediawiki wizardry and enables us to have such awesome pre-agendas.

Stone, Michael

  • Initial recommendation of dsh as a remote testing tool

Unterhauser, Stefan

  • Set up Meetbot in the #olpc-meeting channel so we could use it for Community testing meetings; this enables us to log our meetings automatically, saving me at least an hour every week by letting me not worry about log management.

Vizoso, Tomeu

Waite, Paul

  • Activity testing with the Wellington test group

Wallace, Brenda

  • Activity testing with the Wellington test group
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