Feedback on the QA cycle

Elfy ub.untu at
Fri Mar 21 11:56:21 UTC 2014

On 21/03/14 00:34, Bruno Benitez wrote:
> I have to thanks Elfy for all the work he has been doing about QA, his 
> work and attitude where excellent to provide a good feedback between 
> finding errors and reporting them. The calls for test where visible 
> and he was available to support any new testers landing on the irc 
> channel.
> My opinion is that we need a more active social media presence, I feel 
> that some changes weren't publicized enough for the testers to 
> understand them when they happened, of course this is also something 
> we as the community who cares about the system should thrive to inform 
> ourself.
As far as the purpose of *this* discussion goes then that issue is about 
getting calls to the social media side - which is down to communication 
between those two 'teams'

At times - we've both forgotten ;)
> I think that what I'm trying to say is that a great part of the 
> problem with getting more, and more accurate, reports of problems 
> reside in how we communicate with each other.
> As a matter of this, I wonder if it possible to ask a change in the 
> default homepage of our default web browser to point to a page asking 
> people to report their experience? that page should change in the 
> final release.
> -- 
> Bruno.-

Ubuntu Forum Council Member
Xubuntu QA Lead

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