First GNOME 3 Test Day coming up next week: really need help creating test cases

drago01 drago01 at
Fri Jan 28 08:28:13 UTC 2011

2011/1/28 "Jóhann B. Guðmundsson" <johannbg at>:
> On 01/27/2011 10:59 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
>> Hey, everyone! Just a reminder that the first GNOME 3 Test Day is coming
>> next Thursday. I have the page up at
>> , but
>> what we're really missing is good test cases; for now I've filled in
>> some of the standard desktop validation tests, and I'll update a few of
>> the others to match GNOME 3's mechanics and add those too, but it'd
>> really help to have some more specific test cases for whatever the
>> desktop team considers really important to test. If you don't want to
>> work out the details of writing full test cases, just quick one- or two-
>> liner suggestions in reply to this mail is fine; I can do the work of
>> fleshing them out into test cases, I just need suggestions of the most
>> important things we need to test at this stage.
>> thanks a lot!
> We might want to make sure users actually can install it first and that
> means testing on a real hardware.
> The good news are that I can finally boot into the desktop live image
> desktop-i386-20110126.16.iso
> ( contains kernel which has disable TRANSPARENT_HUGEPAGE )
> The bad..
> Trying to run liveinst or anaconda fails ( 3 bugs filed )
> Out of curiosity how do you expect users to set their preferences in
> Gnome Shell I could not find an easy way to access it so I ended up
> opening up a terminal to set my keyboard layout.

Click on your name in the upper right, and select "System Setting".

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