Frenzied, determined tenacity is what comes to mind when I try to describe these last few days. It has been quite a week here at calendar-qa. I asked for all the help we could muster, and you responded. Thank you. Take a look at what we accomplished:
- 2 Test days
- 29 People Involved
- 13 Bugs –> 4 stop ship on 0.3.1
- 341 Tests run! (315 Passed, 22 Failed, 4 Unclear)
This is a massive accomplishment. We also attempted to do some public announcements about the test day, and we owe xFallenAngel and Archaeopteryx thanks for their stellar efforts putting that together. We can thank Damian for the fact that there were only 4 unclear tests on these two test days. Thanks go out to eor who organized the second test day. Thanks to lilmatt and dmose who worked around the clock fixing bugs as fast as we found them. And a huge thank you to all the testers and moderators: andrewaclt, bbbrowning, jminta, beb, maarten, mschroeder, nightrat, skuribay, ssitter, ulf, paulivanov, excessory, matthaeus123, elichak, vanessa, zero_, tiago, frac, tomcat, asztal, mvillalo.
The winner of our test day is pretty new to the calendar-qa project. In addition to some great testing, he has worked to help broaden and build the calendar-qa community. Thank you and congratulations to Archaeopteryx.
As a direct result of all our good work, the February 2nd (tomorrow) build will likely be the 0.3.1 release candidate. So, we are not out of the woods yet. I will be holding a QA Work Session in #calendar-qa on this Sunday and Monday at noon UTC onboth days. Those sessions will go for two or three hours and we will concentrate testing on 0.3.1. Please join me if you have the time. On Monday (Feb.5), we will decide whether or not to hold another Test Day before 0.3.1 is officially released.
Thank you very much for your time and your help. I am happy to see the 0.3.1 release moving as quickly and as smoothly as it has. It couldn’t have happened without your support.