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[opensuse-testing] Some help for manual testing (13.2)
  • From: Alberto Planas Dominguez <aplanas@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2014 16:27:53 +0200
  • Message-id: <1804290.KH54YlVY44@lena>
Hi testers,

(CC into -factory list to attract more views. Reply in -testing to get the
answer)

openQA is making a great job testing Factory and 13.2, but still the
manual test is something that is unavoidable: provides excellent
feedback and more hardware combinations that anything that KVM can
do today : )

I created a Google spreadsheet to try to put some order in the test
process before GM, in a similar way that we did for 13.1. Can you help
here?


The spreadsheet is here:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AgNkaGiuxpjxdFdIaGx5Y0xxOVY0NHZ1TXV3eXhQUEE&usp=sharing


And the rules are:

1.- Put you alias / name in the first row
2.- Download the last build [1]
3.- Pick some tests cases and test!
4.- Publish the result in the proper cell:
4.1.- Put the full name of the media (media, arch and build number)
that you used to make the test
4.2.- Use green if the test is ok, or red if is not ok (yellow if you
are not sure)
4.3.- If is not ok the test, please, create a bug report in BNC and
put the number in the cell for reference


A note about the second column: some tests are running properly in
openQA (green 'yes'), but others are failing (red 'yes'). For these we
need to decide if there is a real problem or some problem in openQA
(needles / test)


[1] http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/13.2-RC1/iso/

Thanks,
Alberto Planas

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