Sakai 10 qa1 Testing corresponds to the first round of QA testing for Sakai 10
Sakai 10 Test Fest
Sakai 10.3 Testing Overview
More QA volunteers would be helpful. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org (email alias for Neal).
Try and break Sakai 10.3-RC01. Try many different tools. For your convenience, here are some checklists to get you started. However, you may want to vary them by using different settings and values that might "break" Sakai.
Testing fixed issues
All issues that were merged into 10.x, had been tested in trunk before merging. Re-testing in the 10.x branch is another great way to prevent regressions and ensure the functionality is working as intended. See the list of 10.3 fixes. Use the label "10xtested" to indicate a JIRA you have tested in the 10.x branch.
Before you start!
Create a Jira account: https://jira.sakaiproject.org
Subscribe to the QA email group: http://collab.sakaiproject.org/mailman/listinfo/sakai-qa
- Sakai Jira Guidelines
- 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 email@example.com
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org .
- QA Servers - Sakai 10 - Servers available for testing can be found here.
- Test Fest JIRA Issue Creation Process - This doc outlines a beginners guide to entering a JIRA ticket.
Test Plan Overview
Sakai 10.3 Testing Details
Testing server - Longsight QA server
Source code changes for Sakai 10.3 - Sakai 10.3 source code changes
10.3 fixes - https://jira.sakaiproject.org/issues/?filter=15016
If you find a bug
If you find a bug in Sakai 10, please test to see if the issue exists on 10.x on server - Sakai nightly 10.x . This will help determine if it is a regression.