- How are you ? Thank you for helping test Sakai 12.0. By verifying as many fixed problems as possible, that they are really fixed, and by finding as many bugs as possible, you are improving the Sakai software for millions of students, many thousands of instructors, and plenty of support people worldwide. No foolin'. Sakai is used all across the globe.
What is this?
How to get started testing if you are a newbie, or if you have limited time to test, perhaps an hour here or there.
Where to get help?
Email sakaicoordinator at apereo.org . There are more, and preferred options than this (see below). But if you are just dipping your toes in the water and want to talk with one person, before writing to our friendly community, this could be a good place to start.
Where to test
What to test
This means Neal had a chance to triage the issue and there is either a Test Plan or probably enough information in the description for testing. Jiras without this label means either they don't have a Test Plan or Neal hasn't had a chance to review them.
Additional Community and Support
- Sakai QA list - to subscribe send an email to sakai-qa+subscribe at apereo.org
- Sakai QA Slack Channel - to subscribe find your institutional domain (click here) or email sakaicoordinator at apereo.org