Xubuntu Gutsy Gibbon - Tribe 4 testing

Jelle de Jong jelledejong at powercraft.nl
Wed Aug 8 17:25:10 UTC 2007

Jim Campbell wrote:
> Hello All,
> With the Tribe-4 release of Xubuntu Gutsy Gibbon set for Thursday, we
> are looking for ISO testers to test the Tribe-4 candidate images.  Due
> to a bug with OpenOffice, the images are just being rebuilt now, and
> should be available within a few hours (by about 1900-2000 UTC). 
> For those of you who have recently completed ISO test installations, the
> process will remain the same for this milestone.  (There are a few
> improvements in the works for the next milestone, including the ability
> to subscribe to a particular test, and receive notification of when a
> new test session opens up.)  :-)
> Instructions on how to perform and report a test are included in our
> wiki, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Community and the ISO test tracker
> is here:  https://isotesting.stgraber.org/
> As a note, this release does ship with bugs!  :-)  Targeted bugs for the
> Tribe 4 release are being tracked here: 
> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+milestone/tribe-4.  It looks like most of
> them have been fixed (yeay!), so if you encounter bugs that aren't being
> targeted for this milestone, please make sure to record them in the ISO
> test tracker. If you are in doubt whether or not a bug is serious,
> please mark it as serious - The release team will change the bug's
> status to "normal" if necessary.
> Of course, if you aren't sure of what to do and need some help, feel
> free to ask a question in #ubuntu-iso on the Freenode IRC network, or
> send a reply to the mailing list.  Thank you for your help!
> Jim

Hi Jim,

Like with the last iso testing of feisty, I gave a full blown report, I
realise now that this was a too much and addressed to much issues,
because almost non of them were fixed.

So this time I will not do it like that. If you want me to test
something just send a message with specific details what you want me to
investigate and test and I am happy to contribute.

Best regards,


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