[testcases] Creation of Ubuntu Studio specific testcase

Ho Wan Chan smartboyhw at gmail.com
Sat Sep 29 14:43:12 UTC 2012

BTW the next thing I am going to do is an upgrade testcase. If you look at
the ISO QA Tracker we don't actually HAVE a upgrade testcase. So I think we
can make one for that:P

2012/9/29 Ho Wan Chan <smartboyhw at gmail.com>

> Thanks Kaj.
> I have already changed it to testcase format in
> http://packages.qa.dev.stgraber.org/qatracker/milestones/225/builds/16300/testcases/1336/results.
> Click on the testcase tab to actually see the testcase (you can't hand in
> results:P)
> The final date of editing the testcase wiki page is 10/10/2012. Any final
> changes will be made and I will import the testcase to the main ISO QA
> Tracker before the RC testing begins. So then we can actually make sure the
> test can be used in 12.10 cycle for testing.
> As in the wiki we need someone to continue write contents about graphics,
> video and monitor setup. If anyone is interested just edit the wiki in
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/QuantalTestcaseUpdates/UbuntuStudioTestcase
> Thank you all on the support.
> Regards,
> Howard Chan (smartboyhw)
> 2012/9/29 Kaj Ailomaa <zequence at mousike.me>
>> **
>> On Mon, 24 Sep 2012 17:36:48 +0200, Micah Gersten <micahg at ubuntu.com>
>> wrote:
>> On 09/24/2012 10:06 AM, Kaj Ailomaa wrote:
>> On Thu, 20 Sep 2012 09:36:20 +0200, Ho Wan Chan <smartboyhw at gmail.com><smartboyhw at gmail.com>wrote:
>>  <snip>
>>  I think it will be a better idea to just let people who want to help
>> with the testcase to edit the testcase in a wiki. So I created a wiki page
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/QuantalTestcaseUpdates/UbuntuStudioTestcase to
>> let you all edit it.
>>  Actually it is the steps after installation is more important, so you
>> can think about what we can add, e.g. audio testing, hardware testing...
>>  You may have a look at
>> http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/219/builds/23726/testcases/1434/results
>>  and
>> http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/219/builds/23726/testcases/1433/results and
>> look at the examples.
>>  <snip>
>>  I think we should focus as little as possible on Ubuntu and Xubuntu
>> specific test cases, i.e. things that we share with those two distros, as
>> those are things that will be corrected without our help.
>>  We should keep our testcase economic, and mostly focused on the
>> multimedia aspects.
>> With whatever customization we do to the desktop, that should be tested
>> too, of course.
>>  As I am not that involved in the desktop customization, I would gladly
>> just focus on the multimedia test cases.
>>  Perhaps someone could look through the page and try to filter out
>> anything that we don't need to test (for reasons stated above)?
>> I would tend to disagree here; as Xubuntu has seen bad interaction
>> between various programs in the past (that don't necessarily affect
>> Ubuntu). It would be good for Studio to run (not create) the relevant
>> Ubuntu and Xubuntu test cases to make sure that the shared functionality
>> functions properly with the Studio set of apps.  Of course, testers are
>> free to test what they wish.
>> Thanks,
>> Micah
>> I feel it is a goal for Ubuntu Studio to keep customization of the
>> desktop and the system at a minimum, and only customize that which will
>> somehow enhance multimedia production.
>> At least manual testing should not require testing things that are
>> identical on other platforms.
>> Especially since we are quite undermanned, which is something I hope
>> could change in the future.
>> I made some editing to
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/QuantalTestcaseUpdates/UbuntuStudioTestcase, but it's still very much under construction.
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