[Lubuntu-qa] Ubuntu Classroom sessions for QA

Jackson Doak doak.jackson at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 04:46:27 UTC 2012

phillw, i know nothing about laptop testing, just saying it
was necessaries, i will however do a lesson on testdrive if its not covered
in one of the others.

On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 12:31 PM, Phill Whiteside <PhillW at ubuntu.com> wrote:

> Hi folks,
> We've had a quick chat here and there. At this early stage, the
> suggestions are (along with my suggested order):
> Introduction to QA - Nicholas (Don't think you were getting away without
> hosting one)!
> Introduction to test cases - Phillw (Introduction for what they are, what
> they do & writing one for GCalc or some other really easy application).
> Introduction to QA tools such as zsync, testdisk, virtual machines etc. -
> this may have to be split down into more than one 30 minute session, but we
> do have enough people to cover their favourite testing methods that are not
> 'actual' kit.
> Introduction to ISO install testing - Smartboyhw, use of QA tracker.
> Introduction to laptop testing - Noskcaj, difference between virtual
> machines and testing on actual 'kit'.
> Automated testing classroom is currently due during Ubuntu Developers week
> [1]
> As we are on "pause" with weekly IRC meetings owing to the global
> governments refusing to revert to GMT and save all this Zulu / UTC +/- this
> many hours :P Feel free to put things forward and volunteer to hold a 30
> minute session. As Liz has previously stated, the ubuntu-classroom team are
> fantastic. Nervous of my 1st one? Heck, yes I was (and still am)... Enjoy
> it? You better believe it! There are many people who would be delighted to
> 'buddy' you on a session.
> Regards,
> Phill.
> 1. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek/Timetable
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