Test Cases.

Phill Whiteside PhillW at Ubuntu.com
Tue Nov 13 01:55:05 UTC 2012


Hi,

I have gotten most of the application test cases for lubuntu that Julien
wrote a while back into the new format. Can you guys check for layout,
spelling and most importantly any factual errors on the ones so far
available.

They are numbered from 1342 to 1351 (The PCManFM ones will be going into a
suite of their own, this is just the individual test cases).

Accessing them is easy..

http://packages.qa.dev.stgraber.org/qatracker/testcases/1342/info<http://packages.qa.dev.stgraber.org/qatracker/testcases/1351/info>
will
give you test case 1342, and then just change the number!

*** DO NOT FILE A BUG AGAINST THE TEST CASE *** The test cases are in the
sandbox (testing area), please reply to this email thread with any gremlins
that you find.

Please reply with the test case number in the subject so I can keep track
of what is passed, and what needs editing.

There are some further test cases to add for PCManFM, but we are about at
the end of what has been written. So, now you know how they look, please do
pick an application and write a test case for it. Do not worry about
formatting, just a simple

Do This:
Expect This:

In an email as a document is all that is needed.

We have enough people who can do the admin formatting of test cases & have
them approved, what we REALLY need is for you good people to write some up!
Please have a read of[1] which tells about the two types of formatting. I
have given a time scale to get our lubuntu specific applications having at
least basic test cases appearing during 13.04, the more we can get in, the
better.

I know some of you have already tasked your self stuff, such as for PPC
(Server) and Netboot. If you are going to take an application on, please
reply adding - APPLICATION to the subject. As soon as I have an idea of who
will do what, I'll add a Wiki Page to the existing area[2]  so as to keep
the "chatter" down on the Mailing Lists.

Thanks,

Phill.
1. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Activities#Contributing_Testcases
2. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/TestcaseUpdates
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