Cadence Week 6 -- Now with more of yours truly!

Nicholas Skaggs nicholas.skaggs at
Mon Feb 11 21:21:53 UTC 2013

For those who didn't see the livesession today, the video can be seen here:

Sadly, the quality turned out poorly, so in the future we may avoid 
being so technical in these hangouts knowing the text is SO hard to 
read. That said, expect more video screencasts of the tutorials soon. I 
can control the quality with screencasts, so expect these to be in 1080p 
:-) I'll push them up to the same youtube channel.



On 02/08/2013 11:24 PM, Istimsak Abdulbasir wrote:
> Looking for to the cadence test week.
> On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 12:54 PM, Nicholas Skaggs 
> <nicholas.skaggs at <mailto:nicholas.skaggs at>> 
> wrote:
>     The next cadence week is upon, starting Saturday Feb 9th. If the
>     term seems new or unfamiliar to you, I'd encourage you to read
>     this link for a background on what we're doing:
> In short, as a community
>     we're testing different things every 2 weeks in ubuntu, and
>     sharing results to flesh out bugs and problem areas.
>     For each cadence week, new tests are selected. This week we have
>     several tests selected. There is a new alsa stack landing in
>     raring; we'd like to help test this before it lands. In addition,
>     our empathy and nautilus testcases have been updated to match the
>     new versions of these pieces of software (big thank you to
>     chilicuil for these!). We'd like to take a run through each one
>     and make sure things are up to snuff. Finally, our daily images
>     will be tested this week. So we've got a full testing plate with
>     new feature testing, some application regression testing, and some
>     iso testing to round it out :-)
>     This page will link you to all of the testcases mentioned. Click
>     the links to be taken to the appropriate testcases and submission
>     form.
>     If you need help submitting results, have a look at this page,
>, and the walkthroughs
>     listed. In addition, I'll be hosting 2 events next week where you
>     can join in and participate live with others in executing the
>     testcases. For those of you who are visual, the first event will
>     be streamed and placed on youtube for later viewing. I'll include
>     the links for the event dates and times below, but don't worry,
>     I'll send reminders out as well on G+ and twitter (@ubuntutesting).
>     Monday Feb 11th, 1800-1900 UTC in #ubuntu-quality. I'll also be
>     streaming live (fingers crossed!) my participation in executing
>     the tests (I'll push it to youtube after)
>     Thursday Feb 14th, 1400-1500 UTC in #ubuntu-quality. No stream,
>     but we'll be hanging out answering questions, and working on
>     submitting test results.
>     I hope one of those times works out for you; if not, please do
>     plan your own testing time block and submit your results.
>     Happy weekend, and happy testing everyone,
>     Nicholas
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