According to this explanation of Tezos governance mechanism, specifically this portion of the explanation:
Testing Period, a test chain fork will appear in parallel to the main chain. I'm trying to conceptualize how that will actually work and the game theory behind it.
Let's say the testing period starts at block
N, does the baker that is assigned to bake block
N also bake testnet block
Or will there a different baking rights assigned to testnet blocks? If so, what is the incentive for bakers/endorsers to bake the test fork, will there be a reward?
In the case where the changes to the protocol affect the proof of stake mechanism (such as the number of endorsers per block or roll sizes or number of blocks in a cycle), how would that work?