[Libreoffice-qa] preparing QA talk for FOSDEM

Yifan Jiang yfjiang at suse.com
Sun Jan 29 17:44:58 PST 2012

Hi Cor,

This is a great news, thanks for sharing :)

As far as I concern, Regression is our routine testing for each release, which
is pretty important to make sure the legacy important functions of Libreoffice
does not regress in a new release.


For full regression test, would you like to give a view to Litmus as well?


And currently we encourage people to:

1. Run tests


2. Update regression test cases

    - Add new test cases

    - Translate exisiting test cases into different version

Best wishes,

On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 12:05:48AM +0100, Cor Nouws wrote:
> Hi,
> Saturday at FOSDEM I'll give a talk on QA.
>   " LibreOffice QA: as handy and joyful as possible  "
> Michael Meeks was so friendly to provide some text, while I was with
> my attention with different work:
> "Come and hear how the LibreOffice QA team works, get hands on
> experience with bugzilla, find out where our daily snapshots are,
> and how to use them, and chat with fellow QA guys. See some feedback
> on the progress of bug tracking and some pretty graphs."
> Below I'll sketch the items I would like to show.
> I'll also check our QA wiki for important items.
> Is there anything that I miss, please let me know.
> Also: are there other QA-ers that are at FOSDEM and would like to
> join the talk :-)
> I think to target for those that are not afraid to use a BugZilla,
> but will greatly enjoy tips for working handy.
> so:
> - daily snapshots & installation
> - show the page http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BugReport_Details
> - most important do's and don'ts in BugZilla
> - learn how to use tag's / save & use queries
> - learn how to find/search dups
> - bundling issues
> - ...
> - contact
> Ideas, things to add?
> Thanks,

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