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Re: Testing for 14.04
2013/11/27 Iberê Fernandes <ibere.fernandes@xxxxxxxxx>:
> 2013/11/26 Jackson Doak <noskcaj@xxxxxxxxxx>:
>> I'm not sure if this has already been said, but since 14.04 is our first
>> LTS, and lxde-gtk is pretty much bugfix only now, we have to focus heavily
>> on testing.
>> For ISO testing. remember to test both alternate and desktop images, and if
>> you have an amd64 computer, you can test i386 too. Also make sure you report
>> bugs and test results, otherwise it doesn't help. Results should be reported
>> to http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/308/builds .
>> If you have trouble with ISO testing, have a look at
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/ISO/Walkthrough or ask on this mailing list.
>> Some slightly more lubuntu specific help is at
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Testing .
>> Package testing is probably easier, since you can do a test in less time and
>> on any installation of 14.04. Many of our applications already have tests.
>> Once again, reporting bugs and results is the most important part, so please
>> report everything at
>> . General help can be found at
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cadence/Walkthrough .
>> If you would like to add a test or improve the current ones, take a look at
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/ContributingTestcases .
>> Tests are split into two main categories, manual (What we need to run
>> ourselves) and Automated (Autopkg and Autopilot, where we just have to watch
>> out for the failures. A full list of manual testcase work we would like to
>> have done is at
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-manual-tests/+bugs?field.tag=lubuntu .
>> If you know any python (or python3), it would be great if you could help
>> write some autopilot tests. I am just learning myself, so we have very
>> little in this area.
>> are the only tests requested so far for this, but the more we make the
>> There are autopilot tests for the ISO too, but they aren't really finished
>> yet. Their results can be found at
>> https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/view/Ubiquity/view/Lubuntu/ .
>> I appologise for the long email, but i wanted to list everything.
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> Thank you for the notice.
> Sharing on Lubuntu social media channels.
Besides the links Jackson suggested above, I'm sharing here and on
social media the following tips:
1) You may want to learn how to use virtual machines once testing is
supposed to break the system, ok?
2) Lubuntu Screencast about Virtualbox Guest Additions
3) Another view about VirtualBox Guest Additions:
4) How to use zsync:
5) Classroom sessions from the previous cycle, but still worthy to
learn for any cycle:
6) Class about QA Tracker.
Suggestion: do not miss bdmurray session about bug reporting!
Happy testing for everybody!