Quality Control Suggestion
mdz at ubuntu.com
Fri Apr 28 00:07:35 BST 2006
On Thu, Apr 27, 2006 at 05:26:15PM -0400, Richard Kleeman wrote:
> This is coming from a user who has been involved in 3 releases and
> lodged maybe 50 bug reports.
> I understand that Canonical is hiring a QA person at present so what I
> am about to say might be redundant.
> I have found that in testing a release for my operational and productive
> use it is extremely useful to draw up a list of maybe 30 applications
> that are essential to my productivity. I then regularly run through each
> of these apps as the development progresses. The beauty of this is that
> it picks up any relevant bugs in a systematic fashion. I have lodged
> most of my bugreports this way. The developers have been very responsive
> to these bug reports in general.
> So here's the suggestion:
> Draw up several bigger lists based on extensive community feedback.
This is precisely what has been done at:
Feel free to contribute new test plans and work with Simon to polish them up.
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