[Chandler-dev] RC1 and validation testing : Please read!
aparna at osafoundation.org
Fri Aug 24 17:22:29 PDT 2007
Sorry for the late response on this, somehow I missed it last nite.
I would actually prefer if you neither deleted it nor replaced it
with new information. It would be better if you just added another
line of test results from the most recent testing.
That way the history of test results would be preserved in the spec.
On Aug 23, 2007, at 6:40 PM, Reid Ellis wrote:
> Do we delete the results already there so as to start with a clean
> slate? e.g., do I clear out the "Status/Remark" column at <http://
> chandlerproject.org/Projects/TriageTestSpec>? Or should I just
> gradually replace them with more up-to-date info, in which case all
> status items should have an r# associated with them?
> On Aug 23, 2007, at 17:19, Philippe Bossut wrote:
>> We had a short meeting @ 1pm and with the fix of bug 10595
>> dropping in, we decided to cut our first Desktop RC1. Bear will be
>> tagging the release and build. The tree will be frozen for a
>> couple of hours (see Bear's email).
>> When that's done, we will sanity check (QA) which will take a
>> couple of days. When done (and if successful), we'll make that RC1
>> available for download. The consensus is that, even if not fully
>> qualified, this version is better than Desktop 0.6.1 and we prefer
>> new users picking up that RC1 to an old version. We'll mark
>> *clearly* that this RC is *not* the certified final release and
>> that tests are still in progress. The important thing is that this
>> will allow Hub to move forward with upgrading to Cosmo 0.7.0.
>> While this is happening, we need to pass the whole battery of
>> tests on RC1 to fully qualify the release. We need the help of
>> *everyone* here so, to make attributions clear, we created a
>> matrix of test plan / assignments here:
>> Some notes:
>> - some plans are longer than others so, if you're done earlier,
>> helping others is good...
>> - I made the attribution based on area knowledge (not necessarily
>> the best choice, mind you, since the theory goes that the less you
>> know about an area, the better you test) but I thought it'd be
>> more efficient that way. If you feel unconfortable with the choice
>> and wish to change, you can switch with someone else, you can't
>> bail out entirely though.
>> - the total amount of time to run the whole enchillada is
>> basically 1 week, i.e., it doesn't need to be done by Monday...
>> - logged bugs will be triaged by Bug Council and may result in fix
>> and another RC to be cut
>> - we do not expect to run all the test on the 4 platforms. If you
>> can test on several platforms, great, if you can't that's ok too.
>> Mention the platforms you tested with in the wiki test plan.
>> Testing at least once on one platform is what we're aiming for.
>> Questions on the test plan can be sent to Aparna, me or asked on
>> IRC (#chandler).
>> - Philippe
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