Mandag 23 februar 2009 19:33:42 skrev Alberto Passalacqua:
I have thought for quite some time to the idea of
community-based openSUSE testing team
I'm not sure an organized team is necessary. But after the 11.1 fiasco, I plan
to apply more of a systematic and methodic approach to testing personally.
Previously I would basically just test that installation and hardware
support/detection worked on my machines - and not much more than that, taking
for granted that basic everyday stuff would work and be tested by someone
But now I've started to compile a list of things I consider critical and my
intention is to test everything in that list everytime. Basic things like cd-
burning, kbluetooth, 1-click installation, updater applet, printing, home
bank, wireless, multimedia, docx-documents etc.
Hopefully the recent steps taken to improve the factory experience will mean
more and earlier testing. And hopefully for non-SLE-base releases there'll be
less post-feature-freeze experimentation and feature development, than was the
case for 11.1.
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