ISO testing

Merhebi, Bob bobmerhebi at
Wed Apr 18 21:15:47 UTC 2012

Hello Yanko,

The answer is: (choose the latest
date of course)

Moreover, since you seem new, please check the quote below (there's a
link for procedures):

On 04/14/2012 03:00 PM, ubuntu-qa-request at wrote:
> Today's Topics:
>    1. Focused ISO Testing on Thursday's (Nicholas Skaggs)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 14:57:05 -0400
> From: Nicholas Skaggs <nicholas.skaggs at>
> To: ubuntu-qa at
> Subject: Focused ISO Testing on Thursday's
> Message-ID: <4F887701.2020703 at>
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> Greetings everyone -- the QA team is continuing it's focus on quality
> this cycle. With that in mind, from now until the end of the cycle we're
> going to take each Thursday until release and run the latest iso on our
> machines; reporting the results via the iso tracker. Additionally, once
> we run thru the installation tests, we'll be undertaking the manual
> application tests to test our default software stack for ubuntu across
> our machines. Now, if Thursday isn't a good day for you, take a day a
> week that does work for you and sync the daily iso and test. Please,
> please be sure and report your results to the iso tracker. If you test
> without reporting, the bugs have no potential of being fixed :-( If you
> find a critical bug, it doesn't hurt to also alert folks via IRC /
> launchpad / mailing list. I know some of you have already been testing;
> thanks for your efforts!
> Perhaps some of you haven't done iso testing before. Never fear! The
> process is documented here:
> As part of the process you will be looking for bugs while testing. If
> you find one, you should check this list first to see if it has already
> been reported.
> If not, go ahead and utilize ubuntu-bug to file the bug as usual.
> The second part of the testing can occur after your successful iso
> testing is completed. You will need to follow the process documented
> here to run the checkbox manual application tests:
> In short;
> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nskaggs/checkbox-app-testing
> sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install checkbox-app-testing
> Open the dash and type 'Application Testing' and press enter to launch.
> The QA team is available to help out in the #ubuntu-testing on freenode.
> Plenty of opportunities to get help if you need it so don't be afraid to
> try doing the testing. Please feel free to contact me directly if you
> have any issues with running the tests. Also, remember you can always
> improve the tests, wiki instructions, etc -- nothing is ever perfect. If
> you see something amiss, let me know and I can help fix it. Thanks, and
> happy testing to everyone!
> Nicholas
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Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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