Kickstarting growth for quality

Jackson Doak noskcaj at ubuntu.com
Sat Sep 7 21:02:56 UTC 2013


Ali, Since you are the team leader, can you set up a launchpad team for us?

On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 6:59 AM, Ali Linx (amjjawad) <amjjawad at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 8:39 PM, Jun Ma <maclin.jun at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hello Nicholas,
>>
>> I totally agree with your suggestion about a core group dedicated to push
>> all flavor QA. I am very glad to contribute to this work. As Ali said , some
>> flavors may have few testers. We can cooperate between different flavors to
>> solve some difficult common problems.
>
>
> Hi Jun Ma,
>
> I am glad that I found one of UbuntuKylin people and had the chance to chat
> to :)
>
> Thank you for joining and showing your interest :)
>
> In this case, this is what we have so far:
>
> Ali (me) to be the driver for this project (unless someone has a serious
> problem with that :P)
> I will take care of:
>
> Handling the communications between the members of the recruiting group
> Find more testers for Ubuntu GNOME (what I usually do, daily)
> Help Lubuntu Team until the position of QA Lead either get Phill back or
> maybe someone else (I do wish and like to see Phill get back to where he
> belongs)
> I am already admin for Ubuntu Quality Facebook (Page and Group) and Google+
> (Page and Community) so that will be good to attract more users to join and
> test.
>
> Jackson:
> To find more testers for Xubuntu Team
>
> Howard
> To take care of:
>
> Co-driver for the recruiting group
> Find more testers for Ubuntu Studio
> Fine more testers for Edubuntu ??
>
> Jun Ma
> To find more testers for UbuntuKylin
>
> Ted
> To find more testers for Myth and Ubuntu Studio (??)
>
>
> So far, if everyone agrees and confirms, the above names will work closely
> to find more testers for their teams and the community in general.
>
> Now, who will take if for:
> Ubuntu
> Kubuntu
>
> I think both Ubuntu and Kubuntu have enough testers but I can't speak on
> their behalf, and the more, the better but let's understand one simple fact
> that we found this group to help those communities which have shortage with
> testers. I do suggest to focus our efforts for those in need at the
> beginning. 3-5 active testers is really bad. We need to assist those
> communities.
>
>
>>   Our team are now calling for more volunteers to contribute for
>> UbuntuKylin Beta1 by holding a "Finding bugs" community activity. This is
>> our attempt to find a more effective model for flavor testing. But the
>> language difference may be the first problem we have to face.  So I think
>> multi-language is essential  for regular local testers :P
>
>
> I thought you guys don't need more? :P
> You have the highest population on earth :D
>
> But sure, the more, the better :)
> And yes, the language issue is important indeed.
>
>
>>
>>
>> Best regards
>> maclin
>> UbuntuKylin Quality Team
>
>
> Nice to meet you :)
>
>
> Thank you!
>
> --
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>
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