Ubuntu Global Jam is coming to town (seriously) from 1st to 3rd March, 2013, with different Ubuntu contribution projects that you can play with friends in your city or on the Internet.
Our QA Cadence Week 7 is at the same time as it, so Nicholas Skaggs has posted a new wiki page for all people to check out what YOU can do for QA. Find it at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/Cadence/Raring/Week7UbuntuGlobalJam.
We will be focusing on three aspects:
Application testing: This time we have multiple applications for you to test, including Deja-dup, Empathy, Evince, Eye of Gnome, Fileroller, Firefox, Gedit, Gnome Screenshot, Gnome Terminal, LibreOffice, Nautilus, Network Manager, Orca, Pulseaudio, Rythmnbox, Shotwell, Thunderbird, Totem and Ubuntu One. Just follow the detailed testcases and report bugs along the way. Make sure you report them through terminal using `ubuntu-bug (packagename)`.
Images testing: We have Raring daily images freshly prepared for you to come and test. Bring along your spare machine or VM (or even a Nexus 7!) to play with testing. Make sure it installs and works and no bugs.
Hardware testing: If you have a laptop, try to install the Raring daily images and make sure not only the software but the hardware works too, like Trackpad, DVD drive, USB, sound, etc.
If you want to write manual testcases and followed the format but don’t know if it is right or wrong, check out Javier P.L. (chilicuil)’s script in https://raw.github.com/chilicuil/learn/master/sh/test_case_format Download the script and run `./test_case_format (testcase)` to get it converted. Then submit a merge request against lp:ubuntu-manual-tests !
WELCOME TO QUALITY ASSURANCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!