[Libreoffice-qa] Intro to me
joren.libreoffice at telenet.be
Sat Mar 2 11:49:09 PST 2013
I'm also glad I can welcome you to our team!
What a surprise you already have experience as Mozilla volunteer! The
only thing I can append to Florian's "quick guide :-)" is our flowchart:
. This flowchart we use to determine which priority the bug has. This is
not a this-is-the-only-correct-priority-to-give-it, but with a little
logical thinking of course :-).
You can find me and others at the qa-chatroom at
http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=libreoffice-qa and the mailing
list. If you have a question, don't hesitate :-).
Nice to have you in our team!
Op 02-03-13 20:16, Kieran Peckett schreef:
> I already have the Server GUI installed, as I needed it to install the
> 220.127.116.11 rc for the docs team.
> This wasn't too much of a takeoff, and I knew most of how to do QA-ing
> from my time as a Mozilla volunteer.
> On Saturday, 2 March 2013, Florian Reisinger wrote:
> I want to give you a warm welcome to the QA team....
> Please keep in mind, that QA is something like a never-ending
> So a few things right at the beginning:
> 1) We have a QA channel at freenode (#libreoffice-qa)
> 2) we have a biweekly call on friday
> 3) You may start with 4.0 bugs:
> If you are on Windows, you might want to have a look at this:
> Don't hesitate to ask if you need help...
> If you triage a bug, please insert yourself into the QA contact
> (I hope, that this wasn't too much for the takeoff at QA :)
> Liebe Grüße, / Yours,
> Florian Reisinger
> Am 02.03.2013 um 17:30 schrieb Kieran Peckett
> 'crazyskeggy at gmail.com');>>:
>> I am Kieran, and I have been active at lo-documentation and
>> lo-users for a month or two now, and have now decided to join QA,
>> as I feel that won't take up too much more. I am posting this as
>> an introduction to myself so that you all know who I am and don't
>> wonder "who is this guy" whenever I post.
>> I have already posted a couple of bugs at FDO and have done a bit
>> of triaging today as well. I did do a bit of QA-ing at Mozilla a
>> few months ago on bugzilla, but after having stopped using their
>> products I found it to be a bit boring, so a few months later I
>> took a look at the LO Get Involved page, and as I've said, joined
>> the Docs team and have decided to branch out slightly more.
>> One note I would like to make, though - the page on the LO
>> website only mentions the developers mailing list, whilst the TDF
>> wikipage also mentions this one - a correction could be made
>> there so that they don't have to subscribe to a second list, or
>> think "is this the same one?" and end up not subscribing to here
>> as well. Maybe list both at LO, and maybe just this one at
>> TDFwiki? If this was intentional by you, then don't worry about
>> it, I was just thinking that new users may get a bit confused by
>> 2 links in 2 different places.
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