[ubuntu-studio-devel] Fwd: Utopic test writing hackfest
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Fri Jun 27 15:14:05 UTC 2014
Unfortunately, I am travelling on the day. But to make up for it, I
will try and write some Test Cases between now and then :-)
On 06/26/2014 10:13 PM, Elfy wrote:
> For anyone that is half interested in helping out with the testcases for
> Ubuntu Studio - this might be a help for you.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Utopic test writing hackfest
> Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2014 15:51:28 -0400
> From: Nicholas Skaggs <nicholas.skaggs at canonical.com>
> To: ubuntu-quality at lists.ubuntu.com <ubuntu-quality at lists.ubuntu.com>,
> ubuntu-bugsquad at lists.ubuntu.com <ubuntu-bugsquad at lists.ubuntu.com>
> In addition to the bug hug + testing days, I'd like to also schedule
> some hackfests to get our tests in shape. What's a hackfest?
> We have some outstanding needs on both the automated and manual test
> writing efforts. Elfy has already stepped forward to help out on the
> manual test front (thank you much!), while perhaps still unbeknownst to
> the QA folks, they'll be helping me on the automated test front :-)
> Thanks Leo et la!
> So what are we going to be hacking on? If you know python and have some
> autopilot knowledge (or willing to learn), we are going to be hacking on
> the toolkit helper for autopilot for the ubuntu sdk. That's a mouthful!
> Specifically it's the helpers that we use for writing autopilot tests
> against ubuntu-sdk applications. All app developers make use of these
> helpers, and we need more of them to ensure we have good coverage for
> all components developers use.
> If you don't know python, we still need help writing manual testcases!
> All you need is some basic tester knowledge and the ability to write in
> English. Don't worry, we'll be around to help, and there's guides to
> well, guide you! Specifically we'll be looking at writing and finishing
> some testcases for ubuntu studio and some other flavors.
> The first is scheduled for July 15th from 1900-2200 UTC. Complete
> details, guides, work items, etc are all being collected on the event page:
> Questions? Ask away! hope to see everyone there!
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