Our next test day will be held on Thursday, July 17th, and we need your help to find regressions and bugs!
I want to give you a short description how a test day proceeds:
We usually try a mix of Litmus and ad-hoc testing. Ad-hoc testing is testing where we attempt to use the product like a ‘normal user’ to find any issues that crop up along the way. We also try to make the application break by doing unexpected things – mixing up events, mails, tasks, calendar types etc. This is also called ‘destructive testing’. After you have discovered a bug, you should take a look at the Error Console in the Tools menu before submitting a bug report, since it usually contains valuable information that points to the cause of the bug.
We also verify fixed bugs. In this case, we just add a comment to the bug report stating our used product, version and operating system.
Please, join us in #calendar-qa on Thursday. You can find all information on the test day on our Test Day wiki page.
Calendar QA Team