Quality game plan for the coming release of Thunderbird
tanstaafl at libertytrek.org
Fri May 9 13:33:53 UTC 2014
I'll be happy to do this, we recently rolled out our new SOGo server and
have 60+ Thunderbird users who are now very happy with their shiny new
I won't push this on all of our users of course, but I'll use it myself,
and maybe with a few of our more adventurous power users...
One thing - is there a list of the most important/largest changes, that
will give me an idea of where to focus testing?
On 5/9/2014 7:53 AM, Ludovic Hirlimann <ludovic at mozilla.com> wrote:
> Howdy all,
> I'd like to share with you what some of the quality plans are for the
> next release of Thunderbird aka, Thunderbird 31.
> For 30 we are going to get two betas one is currently being built -
> and as soon as it's released I will ask people thru a blog post to
> install it and use it until 31 comes out - because it will get updates
> and will get you updated with everything. I'm very interested in having
> windows users use it with theyr favorite commercial extensions and
> repporting to those vendors (AV, fishing, calendaring etc ...) issues
> they encounter.
> For the first beta I want people to use it and file bugs (again the
> bog post will contain a meta bug to link to , and if that last sentence
> doesn't make sense let me know I'll explain with screenshots ....).
> We'll have a second beta - for which I'd like to get way more formal
> testing done using mozilla's moztrap tool. There's a set of tests
> written there that covers most of the funtionnality for Thunderbird (it
> doesnt cover chat so if some of you want to add chat test let me know
> and I'll give you the powers to add new test in to our pools of tests).
> To make this work I've always asked people in the past to sign up to
> participate - and then I would split the work and send emails reminders
> manually to all the testers. I don't have the time to do that this time
> - so I'm proposing to host a virtual event using evenbrite (I've used
> it in the past and got quite sucesffull with it) - so I can moe easily
> communicate with your guys (what do you think about that ?).
> For 31 we will also have 2 betas at least depending on what needs fixing.
> How can you help ?
> * Participate in testing is easy - just requires time and reading some
> * Translate this and post it to your local mozilla-community
> * Make the beta available on your favorite linux distribution
> * if you are an addon authors now is the time to test and fix your addon.
> * Spread the word
> ps if you want to help *now* please run the beta today.
>  http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/all-beta.html
>  https://moztrap.mozilla.org
>  http://www.eventbrite.com/
>  https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Thunderbird
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