yes, you are right there are tests, but in my opinion they are in few
different places under different categories.
I think we could organise them better -i.e create test category and put
all of them instead of many places.
Moreover, i just have taken a look briefly and i see there are round 100
test cases in total (please correct me if i am wrong).I think that for
such project/system it is not enough at all.
We have big community, let`s assume everyone from QA create one test, we
will have quite huge number of tests and obviously more faults detected
before main release, less corrections after=better stability,usability->
better overall opinion.
Please don`t get me wrong -if it works fine like now i don`t want to
create something new.Please treat as as comments of newcomer in the project.
W dniu 20:59, Adam Williamson pisze:
On Thu, 2010-12-02 at 23:12 +0100, xcieja wrote:
> i can say i am new to Fedora in general as project but i have
> participated in many testing campaigns professionaly, so honestly i see
> this TCMS(?) or any other way to organise test cases as big add value.
> It would be really great if we had a list of test cases for whole system
> (of course everyone can contibute) and mark each of them as
> successful/failed, track the status etc...
> The one of the advantages is that i am looking at such list of test
> cases and i am able to easily figure out what has been already tested
> and wht remaining is.
> If have missed something and such 'thing" exists please correct me an
> forget the idea, otherwise what do you think ??
We already do this, for most of our programmed testing, via the Wiki,
using matrices. See: