[Libreoffice-qa] about moztrap attachment missing :(

Yifan Jiang yfjiang at suse.com
Sun Mar 24 22:50:35 PDT 2013

Hi Thomas,

On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 05:10:51AM +0100, Thomas Hackert wrote:
> Is there a possibility to set my rights in Moztrap so, that I can
> translate the Germanophone Test Cases? I was the guy, who started the
> discussion on the Germanophone discuss ML about manual testing (Moztrap
> vs. Litmus) to contribute (again) more to the QA of LO ... Though due to
> my job I am only able to contribute on weekends a little bit ... :( But
> I would like to translate some of the test cases to relieve N00bs
> without (or too less) English knowledge their contribution to QA
> ... ;)

Of course, I saw your previous discussion as well. Thanks and your
account has been upgraded to test manager, who's able to edit and
create new cases.

Please be aware to let the mailing list know if you want to revise
more than test cases (test suite, version etc.). Ideally we do not
frequently adjust other settings except for runs and test cases.

Please take a bit time to look through this wiki page, which could be
helpful for a quick start:


For thorough understanding of Moztrap management, please consult:


To summarize what is *very* *important* to add a test cases in LO Moztrap:

    1. The test case is categorized into proper test suite (Priority 1/2/3/4)

    2. The test cases are needed to tag with priority and
    component. i.e for each test case, we need at least *2* tags like
    "writer, p1", "calc, p2". Visist the tags management view to see
    how many tags are available.


    Though Your permission is allow to add extra tags, the "component"
    and "priority" tags are very important for our test cases filter
    from practice.

    3. A new test case has to add to a "Version 0" and checked as
    later versions, so that all the versions of the test case would
    have the new test case included. 
Any questions please do not hesitate to ask :)

> And I miss a function to skip tests in Moztrap ... :( Is it possible to
> implement it?

Sorry I did not notice features like that. How does that work as?
Would you specify a little bit more.

Best wishes,

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

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