Vivid QA incentives report
elfy at gmx.co.uk
Sun May 24 16:21:23 UTC 2015
On 22/05/15 17:38, Paul White wrote:
> On Wed, 20 May 2015, at 20:23, elfy wrote:
>> Trello - there is a QA trello instance - we could have a 'we want to
>> test this' board on it - that trello is publically readable.
> I've looked at the Xubuntu Trello board and like what I see.
>> Mailing lists, I already mail the dev list and the LP testers when we
>> want something tested - no reason why not be more specific when doing so.
> May be a weekly update of issues that require the attention of testers?
> Either way, I hope next week's meeting will pick up on this.
> Thanks to all those that replied to my initial email. :)
If you swing by it again - I've got a draft board set up.
Assuming you're able to open the cards (- testing that would be great ;)
) I could put notes as to anything specific we need looking at during
milestones there for anyone.
I'm still not sure if this would be any better than specifying when we
call at milestones.
I'm also not sure about weekly updates.
Now - as far as the meeting goes - I'm happy for it to get discussed,
but unless we get people from the community along who are happy to test
and have opinions - it's just going to end up with me saying "some
people have suggested foo"
What would be a better idea in my opinion would be a testing/qa specific
meeting. If there are enough people interested in that type of thing
then maybe start a m/l thread and we can see who's up for it - then set
up a meeting in #xubuntu-devel when all (or the majority) can attend.
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