L10N QA Template for F14
rhe at redhat.com
Thu Jul 29 06:53:08 UTC 2010
On 07/29/2010 04:16 AM, Igor Pires Soares wrote:
> Em Qua, 2010-07-28 às 15:12 +0800, He Rui escreveu:
>>> Unfortunately, the i18n team doesn't have a specific test case template
>>> to cover keyboard testings in Anaconda . But we do have test cases
>>> covering i18n installation .
>> Hehe, these tests are created by myself with guidance from Adam, James
>> and Jens. But I think  should be renamed as l10n installation since
>> l10n team is in charge of the translation?
> Those tests are labeled as language tests but they are also intended for
> input method testing, what is more related to i18n IMHO. On the other
> hand, they are more properly handled by the l10n because of their
> requirements. So maybe we just need to add a link in the l10n tests
> template pointing to the i18n installation tests cases along with some
> additional instructions, because I'm sure that most translators are not
> aware of i18n test cases.
Okay, that's cool.
>>> Anyway, we still have to write a specific test
>>> case template if we want help from the L10N members. I believe this is
>>> worth testing because we had a lot of trouble with this issue during the
>>> Fedora 13 development cycle.
>> Yeah, recently I found a bug(#617040) in F13 GA which even prevents
>> install by using Arabic language. This is one of the issues which should
>> have been discovered under the F13 cycle.
>> So to improve on this, in F14 cycle, how about we hosting it as a test
>> day topic? The translation is gonna be finished after Alpha phase, so
>> this test day could be someday in the beta phase targeting on language
>> translation and keyboard tests in anaconda for Beta candidates. Test
>> cases could be further modified or changed for use, and then we need
>> to find testers both inside and outside the groups to maximum the
>> participation and bugs discovery on that day(s).
>> What do you think of this?
> Hosting it as a test day is a great idea, so we can have l10n and i18n
> guys together. I can send an email to the l10n list asking for
Thanks, it would be appreciated! And we can also publicize this event to
local communities for maximum attendance.
> Software translation deadline is on 2010-08-31, so we
> could have the test day on 2010-09-02. There is an open slot. What do
> you think?
That day is tricky. Beta Test Compose is supposed to be posted on
2010-09-02 [*], which however is American time. Therefore, in some parts
like Asia, Beta images are still unavailable at that day. So if you
agree, we can have it on 2010-09-09, the day in the following week. Then
we could at least have Beta TC candidates for testing. Is it okay for you?
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