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This page is where we plan community testing. Friends in testing (in the wiki nav under "Projects > Testing" and in Participate and such) is where we actually call out to users to help us test.

Introduction

Note: This is a strawman draft under discussion on the testing mailing list.

  • We are a volunteer community group.
  • We test OLPC products and advocate bugfixes on behalf of stakeholders.
  • We are transparent about our processes and our results.
  • We seek to learn and try new things and to teach others what we know.
  • We ask forgiveness, not permission; we value rough consensus, passing tests, and coverage.

Mailing list

The best place to go to join community testing conversations is the Testing mailing list, which is also mirrored on an external forum.

How you can help

We welcome everyone to the community test group regardless of background, experience, or how much free time you have available; there are tasks for a broad range of skill and commitment levels, and if you don't yet know how to do something for a task you want to take on, we'll work with you to find a way to learn.

2008 and 2009 testing

Community testing group had weekly Community testing meetings on IRC, focusing on

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