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Sakai 10 qa1 Testing corresponds to the first round of QA testing for Sakai 10

Sakai 10 Test Fest

Sakai 10 - QA05

QA05 testing is now active. We are targeting one or two QA releases away from our first release candidate. We are releasing a QA about every 2 weeks.

The job of QA testers is to break Sakai. We want to find as many bugs as possible so that they can get fixed before a community release.



QA meeting

QA check-in - Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 10 am Eastern, 7 am Pacific, 3 pm GMT on Adobe Connect .




Before you start!

Create a Jira account:

Subscribe to the QA email group:

Jira Process

  1. Sakai Jira Guidelines
  2. Everyone with a Jira account can create tickets, sub-tickets, search the system and add comments. Anybody can make a Jira account for him/herself. Others have additional permissions to update the fields on the ticket to reflect current status. If you think you need this level of access contact
  3. Updating a ticket with the "Tested" button - to verify a ticket requires clicking on the "Tested" button. You must be logged in to Jira and part of the Jira QA group. If you wish to be added to this group contact . 




Test Plan Overview

Sakai 10-qa05 Test Plan

  1. Verify fixed Jiras so they can be merged into the Sakai 10 branch!
  2. Try and break Sakai! Make sure you report back your efforts to the Sakai coordinator, and open Jiras to reflect any bugs you think you may have found.
  3. Consult with the Sakai coordinator about priorities - (aka Neal).

Adopt-a-tool - If you have limited time to test, or if a particular tool is of high value to your institution, you might consider our Adopt-a-tool approach. Adopt a tool and test it on the QA server as thoroughly as you can. If the tool works with other tools, I recommend you also test those integrations (esp. the gradebook integrations).

If you find a bug

If you find a bug in Sakai 10, please test to see if the issue exists on 2.9.x on server - Sakai nightly 2.9.x . This will help determine if it is a regression.

To Get Your QA questions answered

To get your questions about QA testing answered, please email the QA group at or directly to Neal Caidin - Sakai Community Coordinator