On Wed, Sep 2, 2020 at 12:57 pm, Kamil Paral <kparal(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Since every screen contains just a couple of things, the "basic
functionality test" as you phrased it seems to cover essentially
everything that is present in there, with one arguable exception of
the Enterprise Login functionality. Do you have the same impression?
Yes, it's meant to be slightly ambiguous so that QA can decide whether
borderline features are basic functionality. Google account is at the
top of the online accounts page and is an overwhelmingly popular
service, so if that doesn't work it's surely failed basic functionality
test. Enterprise accounts are a little buried. If only one type of
account is broken... well, that could go either way IMO.
Anyway, in this bug, every type of account that displays a web page is
This will also cover the other initial setup screen that is visible
for KDE and other desktops (does it run also for ARM text installs?
I'm not sure).
That one contains:
1. User Creation (Name, Username, Password, Make admin, Advanced)
And that was all (at least for my KDE install during which I didn't
create a regular user).
Yes, of course it should cover KDE as well.
P.S. I'm not going to attempt to CC test@ since it will just reject my
mails, since I'm not a member of the list. Hopefully your mail to there