Congratulations to everyone on a very successful test day. Here is a quick snapshot of the results:
151 Litmus Test Cases Ran!
17 Litmus Cases Failed, 4 found to be unclear
We ran a complete regression on both Sunbird and Lightning, ensuring that the recent database patch did not have any unintended side effects. We were also able to focus testing energy on the new prototype dialogs that the Sun team has been implementing. I’d like to thank everyone who was involved for their continued (and new) contributions: xFallenAngel, Sebo, Ulf, Andreas, Nightrat, Ssitter, Koenh, Matthaeus123, Fopper, Nor123, Soupes, Mechtilde, Mschroeder, Celina63, Dmose, Jminta, Lilmatt, Sandos.
We also held a mini-test day on December 1st with 22 students from Seneca College in Toronto. In a whirl-wind effort, they confirmed 16 unconfirmed bugs and filed 6 defects in 45 minutes! We are looking forward to working with the Seneca students again next semester.
Our next test day will be December 19. We will dedicate this day to testing the various types of remote calendars that Sunbird and Lightning can use: FTP, CalDav, WebDav, WCAP. As a holiday gift to the entire community, a new remote calendar provider might be available for testing on the 19th. You can either stay tuned for more information on that, or you can get a sneak peak by volunteering to aid with the preliminary smoke-testing of the new provider (assuming it lands). To volunteer, just drop by the #calendar-qa channel.
Thank you very much for the excellent test day on the 5th. We could not do it without you.
See you on the 19th.
— Calendar QA Team