Testing for Infusion 1.3 starting: Update 2

Justin Obara obara.justin at gmail.com
Fri Dec 17 20:41:58 UTC 2010


Still have some more work to do on Uploader before we'll be ready to test. (blocker fix, review, readme). We also have to retest the pager demo a bit, as there was bug when running the demo in chrome. The retest will only need to make sure that page loads properly, and that it generally seems functional. The change was just how the data in the table was pulled in.

The rest of the components are open for testing.
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Please find the tasks and test plans on the wiki, and run against the demos on the build site.

	Task: http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Release+Testing+Tasks
	Tests Plans: http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Testing+Fluid+Components
	Build Site: http://build.fluidproject.org/

Please file all issues in jira, make sure to see if they exist already before filing, and notify me and the list if you think anything may be critical or a blocker.

	Jira: http://issues.fluidproject.org/


A few notes:

When performing the "Checked Shipped Examples" tasks, there are no specific test plans. Just make sure that there are no obvious problems (e.g. run time errors, page not loading, the demo appearing broken)
For the Grid Reorderer tests, use the Image reorderer's test plan, which should be roughly the same
There isn't a testplan for the a11y demo, basic follow the rules from point 1 above. The demo should allow you to select thumbnails with the keyboard, hit enter to view it, and to use the keyboard to adjust the rating.
Please add the tasks that you are doing to your own task list, removing them from the main ones.
After completing one of your tasks please check it off so that we all know what the progress is.

Thanks
Justin


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