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* Verify fixed bugs
 
* Verify fixed bugs
 
* Exploratory test the product
 
* Exploratory test the product
 
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* [https://quality.mozilla.org/2012/02/desktop-and-android-web-apps-test-day-february-17th/ QMO Blog Post]
 
* [https://etherpad.mozilla.org/testday-20120217 Test Plan]
 
  
 
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* [https://etherpad.mozilla.org/testday-20120217 Test Plan]

Revision as of 22:43, 27 February 2012

Contents

Summary

The following is a repository of "stories" about testdays. What was tried, what was successful, what wasn't, what was learned, ideas new and old.

I recommend that you include the following information in your story as points of reference:

  • Date/Time of your testday
  • Subject/Goals of your testday
  • Links to testplan or any important documents
  • Your name and contact info (ex. email) so people can ask you follow up questions

WebQA 'Live' Test Day

On February 23, 2012 at 18:30, the WebQA team held a combined test day and meetup event. The purpose was to invite web testers from all skill levels to our San Fransisco space to learn hands-on how we test our websites.

This event was organized by Dave Hunt.

Desktop and Android Web Apps Test Day

Organizer and Date

Organizer: Jason Smith

Date: February 17th, 2012 from 1am - 5pm PST

Goals

  • Simulate an end-to-end customer scenario with the Web Apps product
  • Determine what manual test cases pass and fail
  • Verify fixed bugs
  • Exploratory test the product

What was tried

What was successful

What was not successful

Links