[Libreoffice-qa] 4.0 Test week/marathon Re: [...-qa] 3.7 bug hunt party ?
elderdanlewis at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 10:28:55 PST 2012
On 12/03/2012 01:13 PM, Joel Madero wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 7:29 AM, Petr Mladek <pmladek at suse.cz
> <mailto:pmladek at suse.cz>> wrote:
> Hi Cor,
> I am happy to hear from you.
> Cor Nouws pís(e v Ne 02. 12. 2012 v 23:34 +0100:
> > Hi all,
> > After the few initial mails about this, and looking at 'the'
> agenda, I
> > propose the following:
> > Have either
> > a) a LibreOffice 4.0 Test Week from Monday 10 - Sunday 16th
> I am slightly scared what would happen if beta1 is not usable in the
> end. Today's build still seems to work but people are still
> pushing last
> minute features... :-)
> > or
> > b) a LibreOffice 4.0 Test marathon from Thursday 13 -
> Wednesday 19th
> We will already have freeze for beta2 at this point but it still looks
> like the best compromise to me. Well, I might be to pessimistic ;-)
> > (A full week from 17-23 would be to close to Xmas, IMO).
> Yup, people will be busy with getting Xmas presents these days :-)
> > With the promise that
> > - we mobilise as much people from our regular teams to show
> up for
> > support of new-bees;
> > - we of course provide comprehensive, clear info to get started;
> > - we focus both on random testing, scenario's and bug triage.
> > By spreading it over 7 days, it's easier for people to feel able
> to join :-)
> > Initial announcements would not be too hard. Could do that
> > Monday/Tuesday (evening).
> > Exchange among team members for availability can be done later
> this week.
> > Preparing info is rather easy...
> Sounds great. Thanks a lot for taking care of it.
> I'd be able to participate off and on. My wife's and my birthday falls
> in that range as well as of course Christmas stuff and a few other
> I want to learn how to do these random tests, any pointers? I'll also
> be triaging throughout this week and focusing on bugs reported against
> Version 4 master/alpha
> Regards and thanks for leading this one,
> P.S. Adding a few people to this one
> *Joel Madero*
> LibO QA Volunteer
> jmadero.dev at gmail.com <mailto:jmadero.dev at gmail.com>
Random tests: I could use some pointers as well. My "specialty" is
Base. I noticed that there are only 3 random test for it, and all of
them had locks. Seems to me that there should be more than 3. There is
the creation of a database from beginning to end. What about modifying
an existing database? What about connecting to a database such as MySQL,
HSQLDB, text, spreadsheet, etc.?
LibO QA Volunteer
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