On 04/03/2012 17:09, SorinN wrote:
2012/2/26 ~suv <suv-sf@...58...>:
> On 26/02/2012 04:32, Krzysztof Kosiński wrote:
>> I have a Windows installer ready, and it seems to work correctly. It
>> is 36 MB, so too big to send via email. Where should I upload it so
>> that others might test?
> Same here: I could offer two DMGs for testing, but don't know where to
> upload to give testers access:
> - Inkscape-0.48.3.1-1-LEOPARD+.dmg (32bit Intel), 61.5 MB
> - Inkscape-0.48.3.1-1-LION.dmg (64bit Intel), 66.1 MB
> Note I: I haven't shared local builds and packaged osxapps
> minimal testing & feedback on other systems would be helpful.
Personally, I decided that graphicall.org
would not be the best place to
"pre-publish" test builds of a stable release - such test builds do not
fall into the 'Experimental' category AFAIU , and are not intended
for more wide-spread usage (at least mine are not yet: I could not
provide support to users expecting to download a stable release package,
and ATM am more interested in feedback by those somewhat familiar with
building & packaging Inkscape on OS X). For now, I won't upload a build
of the latest stable release to graphicall.org
as long as the project
itself does not yet offer official packages. 
Possibly a 'testing' directory on sf.net
could (or will (?)) be used for
such packages, which would allow users to clearly distinguish packages
pre-released for testing only from the official stable release packages.
 see Glossary at <http://graphicall.org/about>
 Later on, I do plan to use the service offered by graphicall.org
share personal builds of trunk for Mac OS X from time to time (maybe
even an 'Experimental' build or two with the Quartz backend of GTK+) - I
already have upload permissions there (thanks to prokoudine :) ).