[GSOC] iOS remote control weekly update 5 (workable milestone)
me at siqi.fr
Mon Jul 15 05:39:59 PDT 2013
Hello Jonathan, Tor and all LibO developers and QA testers,
I've just integrated TestFlight into the app and now I need to register
beta-testers' iOS devices in order to distribute this beta-testing version
For that I've created a gdoc to gather unique identifiers from all beta
testers which is available here:
Please, feel free to register your iOS devices as testing devices so that I
can register your devices for the ad-hoc distribution. You will then get a
copy of the beta-testing distribution (.ipa) and try out this new app on
your devices :-D This app gets better because of you!
Happy testing and poke me for all questions you may have. Please also let
me know if there is any mailing list that might be more appropriate for
2013/7/14 Jonathan Aquilina <eagles051387 at gmail.com>
> For app testing there is a website that allows testing of ios apps called
> test flight.
> On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 10:50 AM, Tor Lillqvist <tml at iki.fi> wrote:
>> The progress is really impressive!
>> > Also, should I publish this version on the app store so that people
>> don't have to compile it? Or export it to an ipa file?
>> I don't think it is a good idea to publish it before it is ready for real
>> use; one is not supposed to publish "beta test" versions in the App Store.
>> I would assume any hint at it being a test version in its description or
>> in the app itself will automatically mean it won't get approved into the
>> And on the other hand, if you publish it, knowing it has still problems,
>> but without being able to tell so to customers, that will just generate bad
>> press for it, "LibreOffice published their Impress Remote for iOS but it
>> doesn't work".
>> Better to use the ad-hoc distribution mechanism, I think, where if I
>> understand correctly you specifically add provisioning to the app to run on
>> up to 100 named tester devices, and then distribute the app to these
>> LibreOffice mailing list
>> LibreOffice at lists.freedesktop.org
> Jonathan Aquilina
Étudiant Ingérieur, Université de Technologie de Compiègne
Vice-Président de l'association robotique UTCoupe
Responsable d'atelier de ClubChine
Tel. +33 7 61 16 95 83
email: me at siqi.fr
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