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Re: Testing for 14.04
Great addition Ibere, thanks. I will post this addition to Twitter as well.
All ery helpful info for the new and potential testers.
On Nov 27, 2013 6:06 AM, "Iberê Fernandes" <ibere.fernandes@xxxxxxxxx>
> 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
> >> 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
> >> bugs and test results, otherwise it doesn't help. Results should be
> >> 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
> >> 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
> >> Once again, reporting bugs and results is the most important part, so
> >> 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
> >> out for the failures. A full list of manual testcase work we would like
> >> 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
> >> better.
> >> There are autopilot tests for the ISO too, but they aren't really
> >> 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.
> >> If you need any help, please contact us via email, IRC, or any social
> >> network. Someone will be able to help
> >> Jackson
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> > Jackson,
> > Thank you for the notice.
> > Sharing on Lubuntu social media channels.
> > --
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Ibere-Fernandes
> 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!
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