[Testing] Getting more people involved in testing
kim at laptop.org
Mon Nov 12 10:52:32 EST 2007
Thanks Greg! This looks good.
I'll try to get a few test plans moved into the new system as well so I can
understand the process and the way people can help.
My main interest, as product manager, is to be able to get the 'quick' view
of what activities are getting testing, which ones have blocking bugs (test
case 'failed' status should probably only be used for real blocking issues),
and to be able to point new activity developers to this site for them to get
help in testing their activities.
On Nov 12, 2007 10:34 AM, Greg DeKoenigsberg <gdk at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi folks. I've spent a lot of time over the last week thinking about
> testing, and how to get more testers involved -- a *lot* more testers.
> So here's what I've come up with. Please take a look:
> It's similar to the Test stuff that's already there -- but with a
> somewhat different focus:
> 1. To focus on particular activities, since they seem to be getting short
> 2. To make it dead easy for potential volunteers who do *not* have a
> laptop, by giving them quick and easy guidance on how to get involved,
> *right now*;
> 3. To have a page (the activity matrix) where, at a glance, everybody
> * Who developed what activity;
> * Who is testing what activity;
> * How that testing is going.
> Again, please look at these new pages. If you have any feedback, PLEASE
> let me know soon. Especially if you think I'm screwing something up.
> Find me on freenode, in #olpc-qa.
> So. Assuming I'm *not* screwing anything up, here's what I'd like to do
> today, with everyone's/anyone's help:
> 1. Populate the Activity Matrix with as many activities as I can find.
> 2. Add the Activity Testing Project pages to the "Test_issues" page which
> is currently linked from the left nav.
> 3. Announce it to everybody I know, and try to get every single activity
> on the Activity Matrix picked up by a Test Owner by the end of the week.
> Greg DeKoenigsberg
> Community Development Manager
> Red Hat, Inc. :: 1-919-754-4255
> "To whomsoever much hath been given...
> ...from him much shall be asked"
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