[Libreoffice-qa] Fwd: Re: [tdf-discuss] LibreOffice 4.0 Test Marathon

Yi Fan Jiang yfjiang at suse.com
Wed Dec 12 18:50:18 PST 2012

Hi Lucian,

On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 03:17:10AM +0200, oprea.luci at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi Yifan,
> In MozTrap seems easy to work (there are a few things you need to
> understand).

It's wonderful you feel it is easy to work with :)

> Until then, we have created here https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0At9lOM8_6gsLdEhwOWJ5WkprLW90T09RZWw1ZkFBSkE
> # gid = 0 several test scenarios (we went from something I found on
> the wiki).
> I think we created enough test scenariosfor Luncher LibreOffice .
> Please see and bring observations if necessary.

Thanks, they look good, and I guess many items were covered by existed Moztrap
test cases.

I saw a bunch of different launch scenario, which is nice. But in Moztrap they
could be classified to be 2-3 test cases for easy and neat navigating, then
detaching each of the rows in the gdocs to different steps in a Moztrap test

> Unfortunately, it's a lot of work and time does not allow me to
> complete this work in a few days alone.

The first step merging of these test cases to Moztrap need not to be
perfect. Please feel free to copy and paste. I really hope
you can smoothly try to employ  Moztrap as much as possible this time.

The only 2 tiny problems need to be concern are avoiding duplication and merging
some rows of cases with similar "subjects" to one single test case.

Meanwhile, we will definitely find a way to work this out before 16 Dec :) How
about point the QA people to Moztrap, which simply having a 4.0 testing run
based on existed cases. Together referring to your gdoc link for further
testing. In that case, QA may naturally filter out those duplicated ones at
this time.

Nice things of adapting Moztrap for manual testing benifits to all of people
is we can share the testing results among each other, the bugs found can be
attached to a test case, more over no duplication effort will be conducted in
Moztrap. And more ...

> Propose that future TDF to support a group of tests to ensure the
> quality LibreOffice. I'd be happy to take care of this activity.

It would be great if you are gonna be part of this!

Best wishes,

  Yifan Jiang
  Libreoffice / SUSE
  Contact: yifan - irc.freenode.net/libreoffice

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