Trusty QA quick recap and look forward
ub.untu at btinternet.com
Thu Mar 20 19:05:29 UTC 2014
On 20/03/14 18:54, PK wrote:
> My two cents:
> I think it's good if the main quality focus is on the LTS. The
> short-lived intermediate versions don't interest me much; I see them
> as a testbed for innovations, and not as "work horses" that require
> extra attention for stability and reliability. "Want stable? Go LTS!"
> is a simple message that everyone can easily understand and approve
> of, I think.
> In 14.04 LTS an important step has been made towards modernization:
> the Whisker menu and the single desktop bar. Excellent. Cool and
> slick. Nice artwork, beautiful deep blue wallpaper. Radiates quality
> in a restrained way.
> One thing I'd really like (ceterum censeo, as the Roman statesman used
> to say), is to see Abiword and Gnumeric being replaced by LibreOffice.
> It would make the default installation so much better.... First
> impressions matter a lot.
> Regards, Pjotr.
> 2014-03-20 14:18 GMT+01:00 Elfy <ub.untu at btinternet.com
> <mailto:ub.untu at btinternet.com>>:
> A lot of work has gone into QA from all sides this cycle.
> What I'd like to get from replies to this mail is what _you_
> thought could have been done better, what could have happened
> sooner, thoughts for what we could do in the next cycle.
> As an example, we're looking at Exploratory Testing either on
> it's own or in conjunction with calls from us to test areas.
> Simply put - use the applications you normally do and report problems.
> The problem I can foresee with that is that we'd get little
> testing reported without calls.
> Another idea I'm toying with at the moment is not worrying so much
> about testing packages marked as optional - having a different set
> of tests for non-LTS releases ...
> Ideas people - think outside the box if you've time :)
> Hopefully we'll get some ideas that will make everyone's life a
> bit easier during the 14.10 cycle and on
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If you want to talk about default applications please start another thread.
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