QA/Execution/Web Testing/Meetings/2014-09-18

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Meeting Details

Please see our public calendar for all upcoming events and meetings.

Our regular team meeting occurs every Thursday @ 9am Pacific

Lead / Scribe

  • Lead:
    • Julian
  • Scribe:
    • Stephen
    • Scribe is responsible for:
      • adding the action items and takeaways to the current meeting's minutes
      • creating the agenda for the next meeting and carrying the action items and takeaways over to it
      • sending out a notice of the availability of that agenda along with the meeting invite
      • completing all of the above by the end of the week during which the meeting occurred

Action Items / Takeaways from Last Week

Discussion Items / Updates

  • Discuss picking an initial Community Supported project [rb]
  • Test day idea: Review repo Issues
  • Stage and /real data/? What are other projects doing? [mbrandt]

Goals Check-in - 1st and 3rd meetings, monthly

Testday Ideas

Blog Ideas

If you have any ideas for blog posts, share them here.

  • Continuous deployment [mbrandt]

Lightning talk / Show 'n Tell

Project Status / goals for next week (keep it brief)

  • Affiliates
  • Bouncer
  • Engagement
  • Firefox Health Report
  • Firefox OS
  • Marketplace / AMO
  • Mozillians
    • Testing updated Legal Notices pages
    • Tested Firefox/sync updated pages & download buttons
  • MDN
    • Continuous deployment, no updates
  • Socorro
  • SUMO
    • Continuous deployment, no updates
  • MozTrap
  • Wiki

CI Updates

If you've worked on Jenkins or Selenium Grid in the last week, add the necessary info in the Wiki

Community Update

Time off / Out-of-office

Takeaways and Action Items

  • Takeways:
  • Action Items:
    • [AndreiH] write a blog post/wiki doc about qatestbot (talked to Matt about this)
    • [AndreiH] to work with [mbrandt] on updating the moz-grid-config notes for upgrade notes, what are the touch points to update in a pull request?
    • [rbillings] reach out to Glenn Howard and Stephen Lester and see if they want to takeover/transition ownership of wiki-tests - new "community testplan" model
    • [stephend] reach out to Laura Thompson and invite her to the meeting next week to talk about PII and sanitization of test data
  • Next owner / scribe:
    • rbillings / madalin
  • Next week's meeting notes: