So, today, we went through 1.8 testing. Results of stuff (including
installation tests of all release blocking images) that we retested are
filled to the 1.8 result pages, I don't think it's necessary to copy over
all remaining 1.4 results.
We didn't find anything broken compared to 1.4, Firefox is working just
fine, it's using XWayland as it should per FESCO decision . We didn't test
fix for Korean input, but at least Czech/English inputs are still working
I went through a lot of GNOME apps testing, nothing seems broken,
Boxes/qemu blocker is fixed.
So, fingers crossed for a Go tomorrow :)
On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 9:25 PM Adam Williamson <adamwill(a)fedoraproject.org>
On Tue, 2019-03-26 at 15:19 +0000, rawhide(a)fedoraproject.org wrote:
> According to the schedule , Fedora 30 Candidate Beta-1.8 is now
> available for testing. Please help us complete all the validation
> testing! For more information on release validation testing, see:
> Test coverage information for the current release can be seen at:
> You can see all results, find testing instructions and image download
> locations, and enter results on the Summary page:
> The individual test result pages are:
So just to keep everyone up to date on what's going on here...
Last week we had Beta-1.4 then Beta-1.7. The only differences between
1.4 and 1.7 were a kickstart fix to pull a browser into the ARM
graphical images (Firefox isn't working on ARM atm), the inclusion of
Firefox 66.0.1, some kickstart changes to fix non-blocking image
creation, and a fedora-logos update to fix missing text on the
installer 'ad banners'.
The only differences between 1.7 and 1.8 are a mutter update to fix the
Korean input bug (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1688082
), a python-nudatas / mu update to try and fix compose of the Python
Classroom image, and a qemu update to fix a crasher bug that we decided to
accept as a blocker at the blocker review meeting yesterday:
so, bearing in mind those changes, the priorities for Beta-1.8 testing
should be basic "smoke tests" - especially the 'default boot and
install' tests, GNOME testing, and checking Firefox to make sure the
new version didn't break anything critical.
Of course, it would be great to fill out as many validation tests as we
can, but those are the key areas.
At present no known blockers are outstanding, so 1.8 is on track for
release as the Beta; of course if you *do* find something that looks
like a blocker bug, please nominate it!
The Go/No-Go meeting will be on Thursday, when we will decide whether
to ship Beta or not, so please help to get as much testing done as
possible before then.
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