[IAEP] [ANNOUNCE] Sugar 0.88 --- Testing Day --- Saturday 13th of February

Tomeu Vizoso tomeu at tomeuvizoso.net
Thu Feb 11 02:36:23 EST 2010

On 11/02/2010, Walter Bender <walter.bender at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 6:34 PM, Simon Schampijer <simon at schampijer.de>
> wrote:
>> On 02/11/2010 12:20 AM, Walter Bender wrote:
>>> On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 6:11 PM, Simon Schampijer<simon at schampijer.de>
>>>  wrote:
>>>> On 02/10/2010 03:14 AM, Mel Chua wrote:
>>>>>>> - Testing instructions: As described in the "Feature Status" mail,
>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>> feature owners have to fill out the "How to test" section in the
>>>>>>> Feature
>>>>>>> page before the testing day. This should be as detailed as possible,
>>>>>>> imagine what could possibly go wrong and how a tester could test that
>>>>>>> Feature without having the technical background and has not been
>>>>>>> working
>>>>>>> on that Feature for days, weeks or months.
>>>>> Do we have a way for feature owners to put tests somewhere testers
>>>>> will know to look for them, and do we have a way for testers to file
>>>>> their results? (In other words, do we have a test case system?)
>>>> For the moment we only have the "How to test" section in the Feature
>>>> page itself. There is no test case system yet. Actually, as I tried to
>>>> point out in my mail, we weren't that lucky to have a QA team for the
>>>> 0.84-0.88 releases. This testing day is a start to get people involved
>>>> :) Having good QA happening is so important for the quality of our
>>>> "product". There is so much we can do...
>>>>> I'm working on getting a semantic mediawiki based test case system
>>>>> (similar to the one we used to have at OLPC) going in a sandbox for
>>>>> the SoaS deployment I'm working with in Boston, but that may not be up
>>>>> in time, nor appropriate for longer-term results like Saturday's test
>>>>> session. I suppose that in a pinch we could always list everything on
>>>>> the wiki (I'd be happy to come in an hour early and set this up if
>>>>> needed) but if we're going to be doing more QA activities down the
>>>>> line, we might someday want a system that scales and is more
>>>>> searchable. Not a vital-to-solve-now problem, but a definite "someday
>>>>> we'll have to solve this" problem, in case anyone has any quick ideas.
>>>>> --Mel
>>>> Absolutely, agreed! I think the test cases we had at OLPC would be a
>>>> good start. The future QA-team would probably take the information from
>>>> the Feature page and create full fledged Test cases.
>>>> And of course - there should be a smoke test...
>>>> Thanks for your thoughts,
>>>>    Simon
>>> Is the intention just to test just Fructose or also Glucose? I am at
>>> the point where more broad testing of the new Turtle Art (Glucose)
>>> would be very helpful.
>>> regards.
>>> -walter
>> My main intention for this Saturday testing day was to find the bugs in
>> the
>> Features that landed and to find out where we can optimize the UI
>> including
>> strings too. We have an UI freeze next Monday and String freeze one week
>> after that [1].
>> Of course, if people want to test activities too, I am more than happy
>> about
>> it. If you put your latest version in ASLO we can include it into the
>> image
>> for Saturday.
> Is there a way to put something in ASLO and not have it trigger the
> update process, i.e., mark it as beta? In any case, there is a .xo
> bundle here:

When you upload it, it is at first in the sandbox, so it doesn't
display in regular searches and is not offered for updating. You can
still link people to that "experimental" version, but I'm not sure if
they need to be registered and logged in for seeing it.



> http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/images/e/e6/TurtleArt-83.xo
> -walter
>> Thanks,
>>   Simon
>> PS: There are still open seats for the meeting, better to take action now
>> and sign in on the wiki page [2]!
>> [1] http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/0.88/Roadmap#Schedule
>> [2] http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/0.88/Testing
> --
> Walter Bender
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