|Feature||Status||Dev Lead||QA Lead||Status|
|People Search||Landed in Firefox 8||Chris Lee||Ioana Budnar||Signed off|
- Users can now search for people by using the Twitter search engine in the Firefox navigation bar.
- The results list generated by the Twitter search engine should be the same as if the user were searching on http://www.twitter.com
- This feature is available starting with Firefox 8.
- Feature wiki page - Link
- Tracking bug - Bug 671307
Use Cases to Test
- Basic Functional Testing
- Search for people (@name)
- Search for hash-tagged topics (#topic)
- Search for topics in general (any keywords)
- Upgrade Firefox older than 8.0 to the latest Firefox version
- Remove the Twitter search engine from Firefox
- Edge Cases
- Search without entering a keyword
- Search with a long keyword
- Restart Firefox while performing a search
- Perform consecutive searches without waiting for the previous search to end
- Perform consecutive searches using different types of keywords
- Perform the same search multiple times
- Change the search engine while performing a search
- Add the Twitter search engine to Firefox by restoring the default engines list
- Upgrade Firefox older than 8.0 with the Twitter address bar search add-on to the latest Firefox version
- Upgrade Firefox after removing the Twitter search engine
- Test cases for this feature can be viewed here. Both new test cases and tests cases already in Litmus are included.
- Bug 671307 - Add Twitter to the default search plugins (en-US only)
- Bug 690658 - Duplicate twitter search engine listed in search bar
- Other search engines.
- twitter.com specifics (e.g. how old the found tweets are, tweet components etc).
Sign off Criteria
- All test cases were run on the Firefox version the feature is targeted for (Firefox 8.0).
- All the major bugs have been fixed.
- Signed off on Firefox 8.0 beta 6 (build ID: 20111031184046).
- Bugs still open list.