[Fedora QA] #158: Proposed Test Day - l10n/i18n test day

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Wed Feb 9 09:49:36 UTC 2011

#158: Proposed Test Day - l10n/i18n test day
  Reporter:  rhe       |       Owner:  rhe      
      Type:  task      |      Status:  new      
  Priority:  major     |   Milestone:  Fedora 15
 Component:  Test Day  |     Version:           
Resolution:            |    Keywords:           
Comment (by rhe):

 Replying to [comment:18 igor]:
 > Continuing the work I started at FUDCon Tempe I have been updating our
 test cases for the upcoming test days. Here are some changes I made:
 >  * Post install procedures were moved from Category:I18n_Installation to

 Thanks, I also put the Yum Langpack Test Cases to that category.

 >  * Explicit step for checking language extensions was added to
 i18n_browsers test case as well as different toolkit testing.
 >  * Add explicit step for testing LibreOffice on both
 Langpack_PackageKit_Application and Langpack Yum Application test cases
 >  * Update Langpack test cases for using yum instead of downloading
 builds from koji manually

 Great, it does improve a lot.

 >  * I also noticed that the following test cases might be redundant,
 since others cover the same scope. Those ones are now marked as old:
 >   * https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Langpack_local_locale_install

 Agree, now it's already covered by

 >   * https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_i18n_font_desktop

 This test aims to check the login and native text on desktop is correctly
 displayed and translated. I didn't find any case including this. Can you
 point it out?

 >   * https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_i18n_input_application

 I guess you meant the
 QA:Testcase_ibus_input] can replace it, right?
 QA:Testcase_ibus_input] is more detailed, but hasn't been updated for a
 long time. Is there any step need be modified to adapt the F-15 test day?

 BTW, I noticed
 QA:Testcase_i18n_default_fonts] was created recently by Tagoh to check if
 fonts packages for your language is correctly installed by running a
 script. I think this is a good test. So we will use all the tests in
 Category:I18n_Installation] including it to the i18n/l10n installation
 Test day?

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